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What it is like to perceive : direct realism and the phenomenal character of perception

Author: J Christopher Maloney
Publisher: New York (N.Y.) : Oxford University press.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Thought, including conscious perception, is representation. But perceptual representation is uniquely direct, permitting immediate acquaintance with the world and ensuring perception's distinctive  Read more...

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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: J Christopher Maloney
ISBN: 9780190854751 0190854758
OCLC Number: 1061221040
Notes: Bibliogr. p. 337-354. Index.
Description: 1 v. (xxiv-360 p.) ; 25 cm
Contents: IntroductionChapter 1: Intentionalism and Recurrent Cognitive ContentChapter 2: Intentionalism, Cognition, and RepresentationChapter 3: Intentionalism's Troubles BeginChapter 4: Intentionalism and Troubling Peculiar Perceptual ContentChapter 5: Higher Order TheoryChapter 6: Dual Aspect TheoryChapter 7: Direct Realism and the Extended MindChapter 8: Direct Realism and IllusionChapter 9: Direct Realism and HallucinationWorks Cited
Responsibility: J. Christopher Maloney.
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Maloney's project is original, ambitious, and timely. His book is one of the first to elaborate a view about the metaphysical nature of perception that is explicitly predicated on a version of the Read more...

 
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