Is Hallucination a Perception? - Deepstash
Is Hallucination a Perception?

Is Hallucination a Perception?

Importantly, However, hallucinating is not perception.

Perception requires information and by definition, hallucinating is what happens when you have an experience that isn't cause by information.


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