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Philosophies of Vision

Philosophy Discussion—Friday, November 30, 7:00, Center
for Inquiry-Indiana, 350 Canal Walk, Suite A, Indianapolis. Topic: Philosophies of Vision.In this program, we will explore a variety of philosophical difficulties concerning our sense of sight. We will begin by discussing George Berkeley's Essay towards a New Theory of Vision (1732), which denies that we visually perceive spatial depth. We will also address some topics in color theory. CFI-Indiana's philosophy discussions are facilitated by Michael Persinger, an aspiring philosophy professor, currently earning his MA at IUPUI.

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