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Author: DORSCH & MACPHERSON (EDS.)
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Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English
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"Many different features of the world figure consciously, that is phenomenally, in our perceptual experience. Some do so uncontroversially, such as colours and shapes. But the complete list of features is controversial. This book divides into four parts, each dealing with a different potential kind of phenomenal presence. The first addresses the nature of the presence of perceptual constancies and variations, while  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
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Additional Physical Format: (OCoLC)986735884
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: DORSCH & MACPHERSON (EDS.)
ISBN: 0191858285 9780191858284
OCLC Number: 1020623526
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Phenomenal presence : an introduction to the debate / Fabian Dorsch --
Perceptual constancy and apparent properties / Keith Allen --
Art and ambiguity : a gestalt-shift approach to elusive appearances / John O'Dea --
Colours and shapes / Martine Nida-Rumelin --
The visual presence of determinable properties / James Stazicker --
Object seeing and spatial perception / Craig French --
Imaginative presence / Amy Kind --
Visual awareness and visual appearances : a dual view Jerome Dokic --
The phenomenal presence of perceptual reasons / Fabian Dorsch --
Projectivism and phenomenal presence / Derek H. Brown --
Experience, dreaming, and the phenomenology of wakeful consciousness / Thomas Crowther.

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What kinds of features of the world figure consciously in our perceptual experience? Colours and shapes are uncontroversial; but what about volumes, natural kinds, reasons for belief, existences,  Read more...

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