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Siegel, Susanna. How Does Visual Phenomenology Constrain Object Seeing
2006, Australasian Journal of Philosophy 84: 429-441.
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Added by: Simon Fokt, Contributed by: Simon Prosser

Abstract: I argue that there are phenomenological constraints on what it is to see an object, and that these are overlooked by some theories that offer allegedly sufficient causal and counterfactual conditions on object-seeing.

Comment: Further reading on causal theories of perception; offers an interesting counterexample to the Lewisian view.

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