Review: Action in Perception [Book Review]
Mind 115 (460):1160-1166 (2006)
AbstractThis a review of Alva Noë's Action in Perception. It argues that a distinction should be made between the proposition that sensorimotor feedback is used in sensory perception and that perception is of sensorimotor features of the world. Noë fails to make this distinction.
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