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Phenomenal presence

Author: Fabian Dorsch; Fiona Macpherson
Publisher: Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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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, relations? Eleven new essays investigate different kinds of phenomenal presence.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Phenomenal presence.
Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2018.
(OCoLC)986735884
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Fabian Dorsch; Fiona Macpherson
ISBN: 9780191644450 0191644455 9780191858284 0191858285
OCLC Number: 1038480660
Notes: Description based upon print version of record.
3.1 The objects of perception
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Contents: Cover; Phenomenal Presence; Copyright; Contents; Preface and Acknowledgements; List of Contributors; 1: Phenomenal Presence: An Introduction to the Debate; 1. The Main Distinctions; 1.1 Object- versus experience-directed presence; 1.2 Sensory versus non-sensory presence; 1.3 Being in view versus being out of sight; 1.4 Qualitative versus categorical features; 1.5 The structure of the volume; 2. The Relation to Other Debates; 2.1 Intrinsic aspects of experience; 2.2 Cognitive phenomenology; 2.3 Higher-level perception; 3. Perceptual Constancy and Variation; 3.1 Allen; 3.2 O'Dea 3.3 Nida-Rümelin4. The Determinacy and Ubiquity of Spatial Awareness; 4.1 Stazicker; 4.2 French; 5. Hidden and Occluded Things; 5.1 Kind; 5.2 Dokic; 6. Categorical Aspects of Perceptual Experience; 6.1 Dorsch; 6.2 Brown; 6.3 Crowther; References; PART I: Perceptual Constancy and Variation; 2: Perceptual Constancy and Apparent Properties; 1.; 2.; 3.; 4.; References; 3: Art and Ambiguity: A Gestalt-Shift Approach to Elusive Appearances; 1.; 2.; 3.; 4.; 5.; 6.; References; 4: Colours and Shapes; 1. Introduction; 2. Presented Properties and Apparent Properties 3. Phenomenal Character, Presented Properties, and Apparent Properties4. Apparent Properties and Tracked Properties; 5. Apparent Properties, Tracked Properties, and Cognitive Access; 6. Veridicality Conditions; 7. Primary and Secondary Qualities; References; PART II: The Determinacy and Ubiquity of Spatial Awareness; 5: The Visual Presence of Determinable Properties; 1. The Visual Presence of a Property; 2. Determination; 3. Determinables and Discrimination; 4. Inexact Introspection; 5. Determinable Properties and Spatial Resolution; 6. Determinacy and Colour Experience; References 6: Object Seeing and Spatial Perception1. Introduction; 2. The Spatial Location Claim; 2.1 An argument for the spatial location claim; 2.2 Object seeing; 2.3 The visual differentiation condition; 2.4 Visual differentiation and spatial perception; 2.5 Qualifying the argument; 3. Questioning the Visual Differentiation Condition; 3.1 Invisible Frame; 3.2 Camouflaged Roof; 3.3 Discussion; 4. Defending the Spatial Location Claim; 4.1 Perceptual mislocation; 4.2 Balint's Syndrome; 5. Revisiting the Spatiality Claim; 6. Conclusion; References; PART III: Hidden and Occluded Things 7: Imaginative Presence1.; 2.; 3.; 4.; References; 8: Visual Awareness and Visual Appearances: A Dual View; 1. Introduction; 2. The Duality of Perceptual Experience; 3. Visual Appearances; 4. Visual Awareness; 4.1 Imagination; 4.2 Sensorimotor abilities; 4.3 Beliefs; 5. Cognitive Habits: A Doxastic Account of Visual Awareness; 6. Conclusion; References; PART IV: Categorical Aspects of Perceptual Experience; 9: The Phenomenal Presence of Perceptual Reasons; 1. Doxasticism vs. Experientialism about Our Access to Reasons; 2. The Argument from Hallucination; 3. The Impression of Relationality
Responsibility: edited by Fabian Dorsch and Fiona Macpherson.

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