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Article Dans Une Revue Thought: A Journal of Philosophy Année : 2020

Redundancy masking and the identity crowding debate

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Some have claimed that identity crowding is a case where we consciously see an object to which we are unable to pay attention. Opponents of this view offer alternative explanations, which emphasise the impor- tance of prior knowledge, amongst other factors. We review new empirical evidence showing that prior knowledge has a profound effect on identity crowding. We argue that this is problematic for the “conscious seeing without attention” view, and supports an opposing view.
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hal-03094929 , version 1 (15-01-2021)

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Henry Taylor, Bilge Sayim. Redundancy masking and the identity crowding debate. Thought: A Journal of Philosophy, 2020, Thought: A Journal of Philosophy, 9 (4), pp.257-265. ⟨10.1002/tht3.469⟩. ⟨hal-03094929⟩
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