The Innocent Eye: Why Vision Is Not a Cognitive Process By Nico Orlandi [Book Review]

Analysis 75 (2):343-345 (2015)
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In The Innocent Eye, Nico Orlandi argues that vision is not a cognitive process. In particular, she argues that forming subject-level visual representations that are available for reasoning should not itself be understood as a process of inference. This comes to the claim that vision (properly so-called) is a process that produces representations but is not best understood as a process that uses representations.

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