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The phrase "'''mind's eye'''" refers to the human ability for [[visualization]], i.e., for the experiencing of visual [[mental image|mental imagery]]; in other words, one's ability to "[[sight|see]]" things with the [[mind]]. The phrase "'''mind's eye'''" refers to the human ability for [[visualization]], i.e., for the experiencing of visual [[mental image|mental imagery]]; in other words, one's ability to "[[sight|see]]" things with the [[mind]].
 +==See also==
 +* [[Mental image]]
 +* [[Philosophy of perception]]
 +* [[Subjective character of experience]]
 +* [[Third eye]]
 +* [[Binding problem]]
 +* [[Visual perception]]
 +* [[Nous]]
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The phrase "mind's eye" refers to the human ability for visualization, i.e., for the experiencing of visual mental imagery; in other words, one's ability to "see" things with the mind.

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