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While it is widely accepted that human vision represents objects, it is less clear which of the various philosophical notions of 'object' adequately characterizes visual objects. In this paper, I show that within contemporary cognitive psychology visual objects are characterized in two distinct, incompatible ways. On the one hand, models of visual organization describe visual objects in terms of combinations of features, in accordance with the philosophical bundle theories of objects. However,doi:10.1515/sh-2015-0014 fatcat:lkabwp7d4jfwngiibvo5vaolsu