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a study in the psychology of pictorial representation Ernst Hans Gombrich. an
otherwise neglected spot into prominence as the rabbit's mouth. I say 'neglected',
but does it enter our experience at all when we switch back to reading 'duck' ?
these expectations can become so strong that our experience runs ahead of the
stimulus situation. Perception, in other words, is a process in which the next
phase of what will appear when we test our interpretation is all but anticipated.
Granted even that most of us experience such synesthetic images with more or
less intensity, are they not completely subjective and private, inaccessible and
uncommuni- cable? Can there be real objective discoveries of good and better ...
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I don't remember why I asked for this book any more, other than that it has something to do with how we see, an issue that permeates many of my interests in teaching and scholarship. I ended up being ... Read full review
From Light into Paint
n Truth and the Stereotype
in Pygmalions Power
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