"Many different features of the world figure consciously, that is phenomenally, in our perceptual experience. Some do so uncontroversially, such as colours and shapes. But the complete list of features is controversial. This book divides into four parts, each dealing with a different potential kind of phenomenal presence. The first addresses the nature of the presence of perceptual constancies and variations, while the second investigates the determinacy and ubiquity of the presence of spatial properties in perception. The third part deals with the presence of hidden or occluded aspects of objects, while the last part of the volume discusses the presence of categorical aspects of perceptual experience."--
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