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  1. Is Perception Stimulus-Dependent?Sergio Cermeño-Aínsa - forthcoming - Review of Philosophy and Psychology:1-20.
    The most natural way to distinguish perception from cognition is by considering perception as stimulus-dependent. Perception is tethered to the senses in a way that cognition is not. Beck Australasian Journal of Philosophy 96: 319-334 has recently argued in this direction. He develops this idea by accommodating two potential counterexamples to his account: hallucinations and demonstrative thoughts. In this paper, I examine this view. First, I detect two general problems with movement to accommodate these awkward cases. Subsequently, I place two (...)
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