Perceiving the World (Google eBook)
Oxford University Press, Sep 10, 2010 - Philosophy - 392 pages
Philosophy of perception has recently become one of the most important and most central subfields of philosophical research. The aim of this volume is to give a representative sample of the new approaches in philosophy of perception that are responsible for this explosion of philosophical interest. Perceiving the World contains eleven original essays, written specially for this book by some of the leading contemporary philosophers of perception: Jonathan Cohen, Jerome Dokic, Fred Dretske, Andy Egan, Benj Hellie, Sean Kelly, Mike Martin, Mohan Matthen, Adam Pautz, Jesse Prinz, and Susanna Siegel.
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2 Color Relationalism and Color Phenomenology
3 Perceptual Recognition and the Feeling of Presence
The Texture of Conscious Experience
5 Projectivism without Error
6 An Externalists Guide to Inner Experience
7 The Normative Nature of Perceptual Experience
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