Seeing And Visualizing

Zenon Pylyshyn

'In Seeing and Visualizing Zenon Pylyshyn argues that seeing is different from thinking and that to see is not, as it may seem intuitively, to create an inner replica of the world. Pylyshyn examines how we see and how we visualize and why the scientific account does not align with the way these processes seem to us 'from the inside.' In doing so, he addresses issues in vision science, cognitive psychology, philosophy of mind, and cognitive neuroscience.'--BOOK JACKET.

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