Cross-modal illusions and perceptual content: Lessons from cross-modal illusions

Electroneurobiolog 14 (2):211-224 (2006)
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I argue that a class of recently-discovered cross-modal illusions gives reason to posit a dimension of content shared across perceptual modalities and to abandon the traditional view according to which perceptual content is exclusively constituted by discrete modality-specific contents
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