- Author:Aaron Ben-Ze'ev
- Publisher:Peter Lang Inc., International Academic Publishers (June 1, 1993)
- Pages:220 pages
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Ben-Ze'ev deftly combines psychological and philosophical materials in a way that clearly illustrates their interrelations . The Author: Aaron Ben-Ze'ev is an associate professor of Philosophy at the University of Haifa, Israel. from the University of Chicago.
Ben-Ze'ev deftly combines psychological and philosophical materials in a way that clearly illustrates their interrelations and demonstrates the need for philosophers and psychologists to take one another seriously. John Heil, Davidson College) Professor Ben-Ze'ev's book is an interesting and original exploration of central issues in the philosophy of perception.
The Perceptual System. A Philosophical and Psychological Perspective. Series: American University Studies. This book presents an original comprehensive approach to some of the most difficult problems concerning sense-perception and other mental states. After rejecting prevailing approaches, the author presents his own viewpoint which may be characterized as direct, critical realism.
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