Unfolding Perceptual Continua

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The book analyses the differences between the mathematical interpretation and the phenomenological intuition of the continuum. The basic idea is that the continuity of the experience of space and time originates in phenomenic movement. The problem of consciousness and of the spaces of representation is related to the primary processes of perception. Conceived as an interplay between cognitive science, linguistics and philosophy, the book presents a conceptual framework based on a dynamic and experimental approach to the problem of the continuum. Besides presenting the primitives of a theory of cognitive space and time, it presents a theory of the observer, analyzing the relationship among perspective, points of view and unity of consciousness. The book's chapters deal with the dynamic elaboration and recognition of forms from the lower to the higher processes in the various perceptual fields. Experimental analysis from visual, auditory and tactile perception outline the basic structures of intentionality and its counterpart in language and gesture. (Series B)
[Advances in Consciousness Research, 41]  2002.  vi, 296 pp.
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Table of Contents
Continua: Introduction
Liliana Albertazzi
1–28
1. Towards a neo-Aristotelian theory of continua: Elements of an empirical geometry
Liliana Albertazzi
29–79
2. The edges of images: Considerations on continuity in representation
Ruggero Pierantoni
81–99
3. Continua in vision
Jan J. Koenderink
101–118
4. Visual forms in space–time
Joseph S. Lappin and W.A. van de Grind
119–146
5. Tactile object perception and the perceptual stream
Roberta L. Klatzky and Susan Lederman
147–162
6. Continuum of haptic space
Astrid M.L. Kappers and Jan J. Koenderink
163–180
7. Touch and the observer’s vantage point
John M. Kennedy
181–204
8. ‘Berkeley’s touch’: Is only one sensory modality the basis of the perception of reality?
Alfred Zimmer
205–221
9. Breaking of continuity in the auditory field
Giovanni B. Vicario
223–239
10. The limits of continuity: Discreteness in cognitive semantics
Ronald W. Langacker
241–254
11. The iconic mapping of space and time in signed languages
Sherman Wilcox
255–281
Name index
283–286
Subject index
287–293
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Consciousness Research

Consciousness research

Philosophy

Philosophy
BIC Subject: HP – Philosophy
BISAC Subject: PHI000000 – PHILOSOPHY / General
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U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  2002018485 | Marc record