Behavioral and Brain Sciences 22 (3):386-387 (1999)

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Alva Noë
University of California, Berkeley
Evan Thompson
University of British Columbia
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Pylyshyn's model of visual perception leads to problems in understanding the nature of perceptual experience. The cause of the problems is an underlying lack of clarity about the relation between the operation of the subpersonal vision module and visual perception at the level of the subject or person.
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