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  1. I have a feeling that I understand the essence of the question, so I will try to formulate it. If we mean a person who is completely blind, that is, with complete atrophy of the visual organs, then we will take it as true that such a person “sees” not a blurry picture, does not see “darkness” – he has no sense of vision as a fact, he is not even able to formulate in his thoughts what it means to”see”. It is also true that this person cannot have spontaneous visual images in the brain.

    Now we will also accept as true that a person does not see anything after death – that is, the sense of sight is completely absent from him. The fact that his other senses are also completely absent, we will omit and concentrate on vision. If both a radically blind person and a dead person have no sense of sight at all, then we can conditionally say that they “see” the same thing. In this case, they don't see it)

    In my opinion, the question is correctly marked – it really is more from the field close to philosophy than close to medicine.

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