Perky, phenomenal similarity and photographs: reply to Nanay

Analysis 73 (1):77-80 (2013)
In a recent paper, I argue that Perky’s famous experiments do not show what they are often taken to show. Bence Nanay has criticised my argument on two grounds. I argue against both his lines of objection
Keywords Imagination  Perky  Picture perception
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DOI 10.1093/analys/ans141
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