The duck-rabbit, an ambiguous drawing introduced by the Gestalt psychologist Jastrow, was used by the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein to illustrate his account of perception and 'seeing as': the figure can be seen as a duck or as a rabbit, though the figure itself does not change.
Featuring iconic portraits of strong, powerful and courageous women who changed the world. From the bestselling book Bad Girls Throughout History, portraits include Maya Angelou, Joan of Arc, and Amelia Earhart. A great gift or self-purchase for feminists, art lovers, women's history buffs, and fans of the books Bad...
An inclusive philosophy book for the next generation of thinkers, exploring the big questions that tackle identity, life, truth, culture and creativity. By author and activist Jamia Wilson and illustrated by Andrea Pippins, Big Ideas for Young Thinkers spans millennia of philosophers and gives children the chance...
In Black Mirror and Philosophy, original essays written by a diverse group of scholars invite you to peer into the void and explore the philosophical, ethical, and existential dimensions of Charlie Brooker’s sinister stories. The collection reflects Black Mirror’s anthology structure by pairing a chapter with every...
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