Ideas Y Valores 58 (140):119-141 (2009)

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McDowell (1994) proposed a philosophical theory about perceptual content -call it "conceptualism"- that states that in every case the content of a visual experience necessarily involves concepts that fully specify every single feature consciously and simultaneously available during the experience. I..
Keywords McDowell   perceptual content   conceptualism   experiential richness   sensory memory   attention  McDowell   contenido perceptual   conceptualismo   riqueza experiencial   memoria sensorial   atención
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