Illusion and Illusoriness of Color and Coloration
AbstractIn this work, through a phenomenological analysis, we studied the perception of the chromatic illusion and illusoriness. The necessary condition for an illusion to occur is the discovery of a mismatch/disagreement between the geometrical/physical domain and the phenomenal one. The illusoriness is instead a phenomenal attribute related to a sense of strangeness, deception, singularity, mendacity, and oddity. The main purpose of this work is to study the phenomenology of chromatic illusion vs. illusoriness, which is useful for shedding new light on the no-man’s land between “sensory” and “cognitive” processes that have not been fully explored. Some basic psychological and biological implications for living organisms are deduced. View Full-Text
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Pinna, B.; Porcheddu, D.; Deiana, K. Illusion and Illusoriness of Color and Coloration. J. Imaging 2018, 4, 30.
Pinna B, Porcheddu D, Deiana K. Illusion and Illusoriness of Color and Coloration. Journal of Imaging. 2018; 4(2):30.Chicago/Turabian Style
Pinna, Baingio; Porcheddu, Daniele; Deiana, Katia. 2018. "Illusion and Illusoriness of Color and Coloration." J. Imaging 4, no. 2: 30.
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