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.
What would happen if you tested a different self-help book each month, and followed their advice to the letter? Thankfully Marianne Power has done it so that we don't have to, and this book is the simultaneously hilarious and poignant result. Paperback, 352 pages.Measures 19.7...
Every day we have a choice of the attitudes we adopt towards the challenges ahead: pessimism or optimism. Both are legitimate, both are a valuable approach to our problems and joys - and both have been given a place on this bag. Depending on how...
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...
The six pencils in this set all feature really un-motivational messages such as 'False hope is better than no hope'. All rather entertaining if not not very productive... 6 HB pencils in a themed box.Pack measures 19 x 6 x 1.5 cm.