Perceptual Structure

David Prince deprince at bellsouth.net
Tue Oct 24 20:24:24 EST 2000

Hi Glen! I have a question for you. Would a reflex be an example of
something that is "perceived" without the brain being involved? It seems to
me that there is something *wrong* and *unscientific* about the whole
concept of perception. Can you help me out?

>Ian: The whole body is involved in seeing in that it
>acts as  a data-acquisition apparatus where acquired
>data (information) is not perceived until  it's been
>proceeded in the brain. This is  empirically-based
>basic physiology. If it  is not accurate, I've not seen
>that shown.

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