2 Sensation , Judgment , and the Phenomenal Field

@inproceedings{Carman20052S,
  title={2 Sensation , Judgment , and the Phenomenal Field},
  author={Taylor Carman},
  year={2005}
}
Merleau-Ponty's interconnected critiques of empiricism and intellectualism run like a double helix through the pages of Phenomenology of Perception. 1 In the decades since its publication in 1945, philosophical and psychological theories of perception have continued to take for granted empiricist and intellectualist models and metaphors, though their respective claims to preeminence have tended to swing to and fro in unpredictable ways. As a result, although the current state of play in the… CONTINUE READING

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