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.
Adapted from The Household Physician: a twentieth century medica. A practical description in plain language of all the diseases of men, women and children with latest discoveries in medicine and most approved methods of treatment (1905). Printed on acid free paper.Measurements: 17 cm x 12...
A compelling, ground-breaking guide to creative writing that reveals how the brain responds to storytelling. Storytelling is an essential part of what makes us human and The Science of Storytelling applies psychological research and cutting-edge neuroscience to our myths and archetypes to show how we can write better...
A set of pencils for those who emphatically do not want anyone to borrow their stationery. Ever. 6 HB pencils in a themed box. Pack measures 19 x 6 x 1.5 cm.
The way we think about physical space has been crucial to our evolution: the ability to navigate over large distances in prehistoric times gave Homo sapiens an advantage over the rest of the human family. Most of us are still able to find our way...