A Cartoon Epistemology by Steven Lehar

This is fascinating. It is an informal cartoon presentation of the central epistemological debate between naive realism and representationalism. The graphics and presentation of the material is aimed at laypersons.

A Cartoon Epistemology

On his website, the author, Steven Lehar writes, “I am an independent researcher with a radical new theory of mind and brain, inspired by the observed properties of perception. These observations are confirmed by some peculiar anomalies in phenomenal perspective that appear to have escaped the notice of one and all. The implications of these observations are that the foundational assumptions of neuroscience are fundamentally in error , and that an alternative paradigm of neurocomputation will have to be formulated to account for the properties of consciousness and perception.”


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