Philosophy in Practice | Cape Town


QA 51. Optical illusions, the political economy of

  • Posted by Helen Douglas
  • On December 1, 2014
One image that can be seen in two distinct ways, but never both at once. Faces or a vase? Duck or rabbit? Crone or maiden? Someone shows you: See, the old woman’s chin is the young woman’s throat! All of a sudden, you do see. You start to switch the two back and forth, grinning like […]
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