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On ImagesTheir Structure and Content$
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John V. Kulvicki

Print publication date: 2006

Print ISBN-13: 9780199290758

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: September 2006

DOI: 10.1093/019929075X.001.0001

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Fleshing Out and Seeing‐in

Fleshing Out and Seeing‐in

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(p.171) 9 Fleshing Out and Seeing‐in
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On Images
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John V. Kulvicki (Contributor Webpage)

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Oxford University Press
DOI:10.1093/019929075X.003.0010

With some sense of the relation between bare-bones content and fleshed-out content on the table, this chapter answers four important questions. First, why do we flesh out the contents of pictures in the way that we do? Second, what is the source of explicit non-commitment in fleshed-out content? Third, how and why do we flesh out pictures’ bare-bones contents consistently as we change the position from which we view pictures? And finally, anamorphic pictures challenge the answers offered to the first three questions, so how should the current account handle them? This completes the account of pictorial content and picture perception.

Keywords:   Gombrich, Wollheim, viewpoint-independence, bare-bones content, fleshed-out content, anamorphic, viewpoint, seeing-in

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