Perceptual presence without counterfactual richness
In this commentary, I suggest that non-visual perceptual modalities provide counterexamples to Seth’s claim that perceptual presence depends on counterfactual richness. Then I suggest a modification to Seth’s view that is not vulnerable to these counterexamples.
Perceptual presence without counterfactual richness.
Cognitive Neuroscience, 5(2), 131–133.