My theory about perception on a phenomenological basis is unlike most of the work produced in this field. It does not primarily centre on the question of why we see things as they actually are and not as they appear on the retina, and whether we see them first as a whole — simplified geometrically — or whether we construct the form from details. Nor is it based on the sequence of events to be considered when seeing, hearing and action occur. In contrast, my theory centres on the question of why the things in our environment inform us of certain facts visually, or to put it more simply, how they arrive at their particular expression.
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