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Seeing is a kind of cognitive success. One cannot literally see what does not exist; indeed, saying that one sees or saw something implies that what is or was the object of the seeing exists. Does this mean that seeing is somehow intrinsically or essentially related to the environment of the one who sees?
KeywordsPerceptual Experience Visual Experience Cognitive Neuroscience Initial Schema Intentional Content
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