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Active Perception in the History of Philosophy
Jose Filipe Silva, Mikko Yrjonsuuri
The aim of the present work is to show the roots of the conception of perception as an active process, tracing the history of its development from Plato to modern philosophy. The contributors inquire into what activity is taken to mean in differen...
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Brian Glenney is Assistant Professor in the Philosophy Program at Norwich University, USA. Jose Filipe Silva is Associate Professor of Medieval Philosophy at the University of Helsinki, Finland and the Director of the ERC project Rationality in Perception: Transformations of Mind and Cognition 1250-1550.
General Introduction Brian Glenney and Jose Filipe Silva Part 1: Problems of Perception from Non-Western Perspectives Introduction to Part 1 Brian Glenney and Jose Filipe Silva 1. Chinese Theories of Perception and the Structural Approach to Comprehension Jana S. Rosker 2. Perception and its Disorders in Early China Susan Blake 3. Perception in Nyaya Stephen Phillips Part 2: Problems of Perception in the Ancient Period Introduction to Part 2 Brian Glenney and Jose Filipe Silva 4. Puzzles in Post-Aristotelian Theories of Perception Katerina Ierodiakonou 5. Plotinus on Perception Anna Marmodoro Part 3: Problems of Perception in the Medieval Latin/Arabic Period Introduction to Part 3 Brian Glenney and Jose Filipe Silva 6. Perceptual Errors in Late Medieval Philosophy Jose Filipe Silva and Juhana Toivanen 7. What is in the Mirror? The Metaphysics of Mirror Images in Albert the Great and Peter Auriol Lukas Licka 8. Peter Auriol and Adam Wodeham on Perception and Judgment H.T. Adriaenssen Part 4: Problems of Perception in the Early Modern Period Introduction to Part 4 Brian Glenney and Jose Filipe Silva 9. Anton Wilhelm Amo and the Problems of Perception Chris Meyns 10. Locke on Molyneux's Question and Perceptual Concepts of Shape Janet Levin 11. Berkeley's Account of Extension and its Place in Vision Science Robert Schwartz 12. Berkeley and Reid on the Moon Illusion James Van Cleve 13. Margaret Cavendish on Perceptual Mistakes Deborah Boyle Part 5: Problems of Perception in the Post-Kantian Period Introduction to Part 5 Brian Glenney and Jose Filipe Silva 14. Husserl Takes Santonin: The Phenomenology of Perceptual Abnormality Michael Madary 15. Molyneux's Question: Out of Touch with the World of the Blind Brian Glenney Part 6: Problems of Perception in the Contemporary Period Introduction to Part 6 Brian Glenney and Jose Filipe Silva 16. Visual Categorization Josefa Toribio 17. Perceiving Surfaces (and What They Depict) Gabriele Ferretti 18. It's Not As Bad As You Think: Olfaction and Informational Richness Clare Batty 19. Molyneux, neuroplasticity, and technologies of sensory substitution Mark Paterson.. Index