|Anticipation and variation in visual content|
|Source: Philosophical Studies 165 (2013) 335-347|
|Paper - Abstract|
(PC) If S substantially changes her perspective on o, her visual phenomenology will change as a result of this change. She has left it an open question as to whether subjects anticipate a specific kind of change. I take up this question and answer it in the affirmative. By appealing to a widely held view of perceptual content, the view that we represent 'factual' properties in perception, I argue that (PC) can be refined as follows:
(PC') If S substantially changes her perspective on o, her visual phenomenology will present different views of o's factual properties.
For the full text of the penultimate draft, see Madary - Anticipation and variation in visual content.
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