The Contents of Visual Experience

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Index

A
Accuracy 31–32, 34 vs. acuity, 32
accuracy conditions 30–33
affordances 130–131
agnosia 12–13

B
bare particular 46
Berkeley, G. 29, 176
blurred vision 49, 210
Brewer, B. 5nn.1–2, 29n.3, 65–66, 72
Burge, T. 199–202

C
Campbell, J. 5n.1, 29n, 67–68, 72, 75 n. 51, 166 n. 15
Capgras syndrome 12
causal co-variation theory 84–87
causation 118
kinematic vs. non-kinematic, 119
perceptual, 119 n. 3
reports of, 120–121
Chalmers, D. 28n.2, 56–57, 58n.28, 134n.11, 147n.3, 160n.11
centered worlds 42n.12, 55–57, 77, 147, 151
cognitive penetration 10, 191
cognitive phenomenology 92 n. 14, 93, 102, 107–108
constancies see perceptual constancies
contents 28
as accuracy conditions 30–33
Content View 4, 28
Fregean 33n.6, 55–57, 58n.1, 78, 134, 147n.3, 159, 160n.11, 210
Internalist Strong Content View 208
Rich Content View 7
Russellian 69, 77, 78, 151, 153, 210
Strong Content View 73
two-dimensional theories of 56–57, 78, 147n.3, 160n.11

D
direction of fit 49 n. 20
disjunctivism 74–75
pure disjunctivism 163, 171–174
disjunctive internalism 164, 173
content disjunctivism 74

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The Contents of Visual Experience
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Table of contents

  • Philosophy of Mind Series ii
  • Title Page iii
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Table of Contents ix
  • Introduction 3
  • Part I- Contents 17
  • Chapter 1- Experiences 19
  • Chapter 2- The Content View 27
  • Chapter 3- How Can We Discover the Contents of Experience? 77
  • Part II- Properties 97
  • Chapter 4- Kinds 99
  • Chapter 5- The Visual Experience of Causation 117
  • Part III- Objects 141
  • Chapter 6- The Role of Objects in Visual Experience 145
  • Chapter 7- Subject and Object in the Contents of Experience 175
  • Chapter 8- The Strong Content View Revisited 207
  • References 211
  • Index 220
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