The possibility of subisomorphic experiential differences

Brain and Behavioral Sciences 22 (6):975-975 (1999)
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Abstract

Palmer=s main intuition pump, the Acolor machine, @ greatly underestimates the complexity of a system isomorphic in color experience to humans. The neuroscientific picture of this complexity makes clear that the brain actively produces our experiences by processes that science can investigate, thereby supporting functionalism and leaving no (color) room for a passive observer to witness subisomorphic experiential differences

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Christopher Viger
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