Le nonsense by Robert Benayoun

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What troubled critics of the New Look perspective most was the image of a purposive “homunculus” surreptitiously scanning the environment and deciding what stimuli should and should not be allowed into conscious awareness (Spence, 1957). What type of mechanism could produce this kind of intentional manipulation of sensory information and then hide the evidence of this process from the conscious perceiver? Psychologists raised in a hard-headed behaviorist tradition were both ill equipped and disinclined to explain these kinds of psychodynamic hide-and-seek games.

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