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Redder than Red Illusionism or Phenomenal Surrealism?

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Sensations represent our subjective 'take' on sensory stimulation — how we feel about red light falling on the retina, salt dissolving on the tongue, a thorn piercing the skin. They tell — in the language of phenomenal properties -- what the experience is like for us. In so far as they represent the reality of this subjective relationship, they cannot be said to be illusory. The relationship, magical as it may seem, is not being misrepresented as something it is not. If anything, it is being represented as something 'super-real'.
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Document Type: Research Article

Affiliations: Darwin College, Cambridge., Email: [email protected]

Publication date: January 1, 2016

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