The Sense of Being Stared At -- Part 2: Its Implications for Theories of Vision

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For the purpose of this discussion, I am taking it for granted that the sense of being stared at is real. The weight of available evidence seems to support its factual existence, as discussed in my earlier article in this issue of the Journal of Consciousness Studies. Some people will dispute this conclusion, and there is as yet no universal consensus. But it is not necessary for everyone to agree that a phenomenon exists before discussing its possible implications. A discussion of the implications of evolution began long before everyone agreed that evolution had occurred, and there are still people who deny its reality.

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: January 1, 2005

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