Über den Autor
Justin Good is currently a lecturer at the University of Connecticut. He is also an artist, sculptor and photographer who has exhibited in at least six places.
Introduction; 1: The concept of seeing; 2: Theories of visual meaning. 3: The experience and expression of sight; 4: Causality and visual form; 5: Aesthetic perception; Epilogue: Wittgenstein as an ecologist of meaning; Bibliography; Index.
Analyses a host of issues in philosophy of mind and visual studies, including the concepts of visual meaning, visual qualia and the ineffability of visual experience. This work explores the relation between conceptual analysis and causal explanation in the theory of perception, and the relation between visual syntax and visual meaning.