Walter J. Freeman possessed one of the most innovative neuroscientific minds of the twentieth century. His theoretical interpretation of his research, while at times difficult to grasp, provides an important stimulus for re-evaluating so-called enactive theories of perception. Specifically, reconsideration of the dynamic that gives rise to both a perceiver and what is perceived leads to a perspective on perception that returns thinking to its ancient roots and opens a new perspective on the nature of perception.
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Document Type: Research Article
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Publication date: January 1, 2018