The Senses: Body, Brain, Environment

HPSC-X245 — Fall 2022

Ann-Sophie Barwich
Ballantine Hall 246
Days and Times
Tuesday/Thursday 1:15P-2:30P
Course Description

Examines how our senses afford interactions with the environment and create images in our minds. Covers the scientific and cultural history of research on the senses. Engages with the philosophical and empirical questions that arise from a broader perspective on perception.

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