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Perceptual illusions are percepts that depart from veridicality. They are important, ubiquitous, and surprising. With the notable exception of James J. Gibson (1904–1979), who argued that an excessive emphasis on illusions deeply misled a whole scientific tradition toward an indirect ...

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