Perception , Action , and Awareness : A Three-Body Problem 1N ;

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  title={Perception , Action , and Awareness : A Three-Body Problem 1N ;},
  author={Donald G. MacKay}
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Introduction Most chapters of the present book deal with a two-body problem, relations be­ tween perception and action. This two-body problem is difficult enough: as Miller, Galanter, and Pribram (1960, p. 11) point out, the "theoretical vacuum between perception and action" has been the subject of prolonged-and frequently violent ­ debate. However, two-body problems are well known to be solvable, and I myself have proposed a detailed theoretical solution to the relation between perception and… CONTINUE READING

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