The chapter argues that experiential transparency is ultimately a thesis about perceptual experience's presentational character. Transparency's significance consists in the disclosure of that which is central to experience's presentational character—an intrinsic and irreducibly phenomenal aspect of experience I call phenomenal presence. After bringing this structural aspect of experience’s phenomenal character into relief, the chapter shows how it illuminates the relationship between the intentionality and the phenomenality of perceptual experience in a way undermines representationalism.
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