The Oxford Handbook of Philosophy of Perception is a survey by leading philosophical thinkers of contemporary issues and new thinking in philosophy of perception.
It includes sections on the history of the subject, introductions to contemporary issues in the epistemology, ontology and aesthetics of perception, treatments of the individual sense modalities and of the things we perceive by means of them, and a consideration of how perceptual information is integrated and consolidated.
New analytic tools and applications to other areas of philosophy are discussed in depth.
Each of the forty-five entries is written by a leading expert, some collaborating with younger figures; each seeks to introduce the reader to a broad range of issues.
All contain new ideas on the topics covered; together they demonstrate the vigour and innovative zeal of a young field.
The book is accessible to anybody who has an intellectual interest in issues concerning perception.