Wiley-Blackwell (2015)

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James Stazicker
King's College London
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This innovative new collection features six original essays exploring the spatial, temporal, and other structures that shape conscious perception. Includes cutting-edge research on an increasingly influential topic in the philosophy of the mind Explores structural differences between the senses and between different theories of perceptual experience Offers innovative new arguments on the philosophy of perception written by leading scholars in the field
Keywords perception  experience  structure  visual field  molyneux  spatial perception  event perception  temporal perception  naive realism  representationalism
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