Volume 16 · Number 3 · Pages 322–326
Author’s Response: The Boundaries and Frontiers of Perceptual Presence

Aleš Oblak, Asena Boyadzhieva & Jure Bon

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Abstract: In our response, we demonstrate how theoretical constructs of philosophical phenomenology do not correspond to findings from lived experience. We provide additional subjective reports illustrating the active nature of perceptual presence, and how this phenomenon can be considered a socially reinforced mastery of veridicality. Finally, we outline future directions for computational modelling.

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Oblak A., Boyadzhieva A. & Bon J. (2021) Author’s response: The boundaries and frontiers of perceptual presence. Constructivist Foundations 16(3): 322–326. https://constructivist.info/16/3/322

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