What is 'left' when all is said and done? Spatial coding and hemispatial neglect
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Moving one's eyes to view a fly sitting on one's forearm requires that one know the spatial position of the fly. However, the process of spatial representation is fraught with problems.
H. O. Karnath, D. Milner and G. Vallar (Eds.) The Cognitive and Neural Bases of Spatial Neglect. Oxford University Press, Oxford, 85-100.