The conceptual nature of imaginative content

@article{Arcangeli2020TheCN,
  title={The conceptual nature of imaginative content},
  author={M. Arcangeli},
  journal={Synthese},
  year={2020},
  pages={1-17}
}
Imagination is widely thought to come in two varieties: perception-like and belief-like imagination. What precisely sets them apart, however, is not settled. More needs to be said about the features that make one variety perception-like and the other belief-like. One common, although typically implicit, view is that they mimic their counterparts (perception and belief, respectively) along the conceptuality dimension: while the content of belief-like imagination is fully conceptual, the content… Expand

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