On the function of weak phantasmata in perception

phenomenological, psychological and neurological clues for the transcendental function of imagination in perception

Dieter Lohmar

pp. 155-167

Weak phantasmata have a decisive and specifically transcendental function in our everyday perception. This paper provides several different arguments for this claim based on evidence from both empirical psychology and phenomenology.

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DOI: 10.1007/s11097-005-0137-7

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Lohmar, D. (2005). On the function of weak phantasmata in perception: phenomenological, psychological and neurological clues for the transcendental function of imagination in perception. Phenomenology and the Cognitive Sciences 4 (2), pp. 155-167.

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