Edited together with Fiona Macpherson. — Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming.
The topic of this volume is the nature of the perceptual imagination and its relation- ship to perceptual memory, perception and knowledge. It asks how the perceptual imagination resembles and differs from the other kinds of sensory experience, which role it plays in perception and the acquisition of knowledge, and what we can learn about its nature from the answers to the first two questions.
The contributors to this volume include Paul Noordhof, Margaret E. Moore, Dorothea Debus, Dominic Gregory, Robert Hopkins, Derek H. Brown, Robert E. Briscoe, Gregory Currie, Magdalena Balcerak Jackson and Amy Kind.