On the function of weak phantasmata in perception: Phenomenological, psychological and neurological clues for the transcendental function of imagination in perception [Book Review]

Weak phantasmata have a decisive and specifically transcendental function in our everyday perception. This paper provides several different arguments for this claim based on evidence from both empirical psychology and phenomenology.
Keywords Charles Bonnet Syndrome  imagination  mirror neurons  phantasma  transcendental function
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DOI 10.1007/s11097-005-0137-7
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