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April 21 • Philosophy for Lunch • “What Vision Science Can’t See”

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“What Vision Science Can’t See”

Description: Vision science has taught us a lot. For example, over the past 100 years or so, we’ve learned a tremendous amount about the physical processes and mechanisms that underlie color perception. But can vision science teach us everything there is to know about color perception? Some philosophers argue that it cannot. In this P4L, we’ll learn why there might be facts about visual perception that are inaccessible from the perspective of vision science and, for that matter, physical science more generally.

Dickson Hall, Room 178 (Cohen Lounge)

11:30AM –12:30PM EST—every Thursday. Come early.

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What is P4L?
Students, professors, and other philosophy enthusiasts close-read and discuss a few great passages of philosophy.

Who’s invited?
No preparation or previous knowledge of philosophy is needed. Everyone is welcome!

Should I bring anything?
Bring a beverage, and if you’re hungry, bring your actual lunch.

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