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Our task is to judge how well they explain Remarkable Features. I work through them right-to-left. This leads naturally to the view I defend. 5 Raw-Feel Theory Suppose veridical perception, illusion and hallucination share an underlying nature. e. Raw Feels). How well does this picture explain Remarkable Features? Let’s see: Indistinguishability Raw-Feel Theory might claim its phenomenal types have veridical, illusory and hallucinatory tokens. This would ensure one could not tell, by inspecting phenomenology alone, whether a given experience is veridical, illusory or hallucinatory.

Further: Sense-Data Theory phenomenally types visual experience by Sense-Data features. Two experiences are phenomenally type-identical iff the Sense Data they involve manifest identical features. Now, suppose we opt for Features rather than Objects in response to Question 2. Then we face Question 3: Are the common features intentional or non-intentional? 3 we see two more common-factor views: Intentional Theory and Raw-Feel Theory. They agree veridical perception, illusion and hallucination share an underlying nature.

Any story it tells about Indistinguishability cuts against the bromide that Indistinguishability runs off such Immediacy. Scene-Immediacy Raw-Feel Theory specifies the phenomenal nature of visual experience in neither object-involving, feature-involving, nor representational terms. It does so via Subjective non-representational properties (Raw Feels). The view flatly ignores the striking object- and feature-directedness of visual experience. Yet that directedness is the hallmark of visual consciousness.

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