Arguments Concerning Representations for Mental Imagery

  • Anderson J
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The author analyzes some recent developments in the debate over the status of mental imagery. He attempts to specify what a propositional theory is, and considers arguments for and against the imagery position, i.e., whether visual imagery is encoded in terms of properties that are quite spatial and modality specific.

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  • J.R. Anderson

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