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Mirrors, Illusions and Epistemic Innocence

Abstract : I examine some accounts that articulate the content of perception that occurs by means of a mirror. The defended account entails that a right hand seen in the mirror does not "become" a left hand.
Mots-clés : mirrors perception illusion
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Roberto Casati. Mirrors, Illusions and Epistemic Innocence. Calabi, C., Spinicci.P. Perceptual Illusions, Palgrave, pp.192-201, 2012. ⟨ijn_00803848⟩

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