Roczniki Filozoficzne 66 (3):147-162 (2018)

Abstract
The aim of the analyzes carried out in this paper is to show that within the multitude of theories of perception which center their main presuppositions around the idea of action and embodiment, we can distinguish a body of approaches, which characteristically emphasize the following claims: that it is the living organism that should serve as perceiving subject; that perceptual states are not only a form of action but primarily a form of consciousness; that perceptual information is obtained by perceiving subjects from the environment by means of so-called perceptual invariants.
Keywords Catholic Tradition  Contemporary Philosophy
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ISBN(s) 0035-7685
DOI 10.18290/rf.2018.66.3-7
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