How does perceptual experience make us knowledgeable? This book argues that the answer lies in the nature of perceptual experience: this experience involves conceptual capacities and is a relation between perceiver and world. The author develops her position via a critical examination of conceptualist and relationist theories of perception. This is a discussion of recent work in vision science rounds up this contribution to the philosophy of perception.
Publisher: De Gruyter ISBN: 9783110445213 Number of pages: 363 Weight: 676 g Dimensions: 230 x 155 mm
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