Lotze on the sensory representation of space
The theory which denies that there can be in a sensation any element of actual locality, of inherent spatial order, any tone as it were which cries to us immediately and without further ado, ‘I am here,’ or ‘I am there.‘2
Rollinger, R. (2001)., Lotze on the sensory representation of space, in L. Albertazzi (ed.), The dawn of cognitive science, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 103-122.
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