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Title: Social vision: Breaking a philosophical impasse?
Author: Toribio Mateas, Josefa
Keywords: Filosofia
Percepció visual
Visual perception
Issue Date: 2015
Publisher: Springer Nature
Abstract: I argue that findings in support of Adams and Kveraga's functional forecast model of emotion expression processing help settle the debate between rich and sparse views of the content of perceptual experience. In particular, I argue that these results in social vision suggest that the distinctive phenomenal character of experiences involving high-level properties such as emotions and social traits is best explained by their being visually experienced as opposed to being brought about by perceptual judgments.
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It is part of: Review of Philosophy and Psychology, 2015, vol. 6, num. 4, p. 611-615
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ISSN: 1878-5158
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