GU4495: Perception | C. Peacocke

Graduate Seminar
Th 2:10-4PM

This course addresses the fabulously rich range of issues about the nature of perception, including: perceptual mental representation and its content; computational explanation; justifying beliefs; knowledge and thought about perception; and perception of music. Perception is an interdisciplinary subject par excellence.

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