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Noel N. Sauer

. But I am not the first to treat Casey’s criticism of Sartre’s theory of mental imagery. Cam Clayton did so a few years ago. Clayton seminally and astutely treated Casey’s criticism by focusing on what he, Clayton, believes Sartre could mean by the term

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Edited by David Detmer and John Ireland

. Sauer discusses Sartre’s theory of mental imagery as it is developed in Sartre’s early phenomenological works, The Imagination and The Imaginary . Sauer responds extensively to the writings of previous critics of Sartre’s theory, including Cam Clayton