Monday, December 6, 2010

Gregory Recalls S.B.

An interesting note from Nature from a while ago. Many readers of this blog will know of S.B. (Sidney Bradford) by way of Alva Noë's Action in Perception.  Bradford was one of the  congenitally blind individuals who had corneal grafts in adulthood.  Noe interpreted this case as an illustration of "experiential blindness".

Gregory believes S.B.'s case provides a positive answer to the Molyneaux question.

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