Table of Contents

Unfolding Perceptual Continua; Editorial page; Title page; LCC data; Table of contents; Continua; Chapter 1: Towards a neo-Aristotelian theory of continua; Chapter 2: The edges of images; Chapter 3: Continua in vision; Chapter 4: Visual forms in space-time; Chapter 5: Tactile object perception and the perceptual stream; Chapter 6: Continuum of haptic space; Chapter 7: Touch and the observer's vantage point; Chapter 8: 'Berkeley's touch'; Chapter 9: Breaking of continuity in the auditory field; Chapter 10: The limits of continuity. The book analyses the differences between the mathematical interpretation and the phenomenological intuition of the continuum. The basic idea is that the continuity of the experience of space and time originates in phenomenic movement. The problem of consciousness and of the spaces of representation is related to the primary processes of perception. Conceived as an interplay between cognitive science, linguistics and philosophy, the book presents a conceptual framework based on a dynamic and experimental approach to the problem of the continuum. Besides presenting the primitives of a theory of.