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Ophelia Deroy
Ludwig Maximilians Universität, München
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We provide a new account of the oft-mentioned special character of touch, showing that its superior reliability is subjective rather than objective : Touch provides higher certainty than vision, for the same level of objective accuracy.
Keywords touch  certainty  metacognition  vision  senses
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