probabilistic functionalism

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A theory of perception formulated by the Hungarian-born US psychologist Egon Brunswik (1903–55) according to which perception involves the selection of environmental cues (2) that are most useful or functional in responding, the validity of all perceptions and beliefs being necessarily probabilistic rather than certain. See also Brunswikian.

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