Neurophenomenological Constraints and Pushing Back the Subjectivity Barrier

@inproceedings{Palmer1999NeurophenomenologicalCA,
  title={Neurophenomenological Constraints and Pushing Back the Subjectivity Barrier},
  author={Steven E. Palmer and Bruce J. MacLennan},
  year={1999}
}
In the rst part of this commentary I argue that a neurophenomenological analysis of color reveals asymmetries that preclude undetectable color transformations (e.g. spectral inversions), without appealing to weak arguments based on basic color categories; that is, I suggest additional factors that must be included in \an empirically accurate model of color experience," and which break the remaining symmetries. In the second part I discuss the \isomorphism constraint" and the extent to which we… CONTINUE READING

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