Duck Rabbit

Rabbit! makes it easy to agree on one thing—reading it again! Plus, this is the fixed format version, which will look almost identical to the print version.

Author: Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Publisher: Chronicle Books

ISBN: 1452138877

Category: Juvenile Fiction

Page: 40

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From the award-winning author of Little Pea, Little Hoot, and Little Oink comes a clever take on the age-old optical illusion: is it a duck or a rabbit? Depends on how you look at it! Readers will find more than just Amy Krouse Rosenthal's signature humor herethere's also a subtle lesson for kids who don't know when to let go of an argument. A smart, simple story that will make readers of all ages eager to take a side, Duck! Rabbit! makes it easy to agree on one thing—reading it again! Plus, this is the fixed format version, which will look almost identical to the print version. Additionally for devices that support audio, this ebook includes a read-along setting.

The Sportsman s Directory and Year Book

Clarion ; deer , bear , partridge and duck - - plentiful . Crystal Falls ; deer , bear ,
wolf , fox , partridge , rabbit - abundant . MINN . - Brainerd ; deer , bear , pheasant
, water fowl - abundant . Dower Lake ; Deer , partridge , chicken , duck , rabbit ...

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Category: Sporting goods

Page: 201

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Kafka s Zoopoetics

interpretative component; we become aware that we are not simply seeing
something, but rather seeing as something, as Wittgenstein notes in his
Philosophical Investigations.24 Ernst Gombrich applies the image of the duck-
rabbit to the ...

Author: Naama Harel

Publisher:

ISBN: 0472131796

Category: Animals in literature

Page: 216

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"Kafka's Zoopoetics is the first extensive account of animals and human-animal relations in the work of Franz Kafka. The book appeals to a broad audience, including scholars and students of Comparative Literature, German Studies, Cultural Studies, and Human-Animal Studies. Kafka's pivotal role in world literature cannot be overestimated. Exploring the multidimensional relations between humans and animals, the rapidly growing interdisciplinary field of Human-Animal Studies intertwines political and environmental critical paradigms, which are at the core of the contemporary intellectual discussion"--

The Fall of Language

In this case, we are given to explain our various viewings of the duck-rabbit in
terms that separate bare seeing from an interpretation that makes the bare image
look like one object or another. But, Wittgenstein counters, if we do not notice the
 ...

Author: Alexander Stern

Publisher:

ISBN: 0674980913

Category: Philosophy

Page: 376

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This book explores the nature of meaning, primarily through readings of the work of Walter Benjamin and Ludwig Wittgenstein. Alexander Stern offers a critical analysis of Benjamin's philosophy of language, finding in it a common root with Wittgenstein's thought on language, and traces the historical foundation of both accounts of meaning to eighteenth- and nineteenth-century German philosophy. Benjamin's theory of language is notoriously dense and obscure. In elucidating it, Stern emphasizes Benjamin's attempt to reorient the Kantian project around language-the medium in which knowledge is expressed-and his concern with the logical understanding of language gaining credence in the work of Bertrand Russell and Gottlob Frege. The result is a radical model of the relationship between language, experience, and the world that sees "absolutely everything" as linguistic in a broadened sense and which sees the logical or designative capacities of language as grounded in an aesthetic foundation. Wittgenstein and Benjamin are read in the book as complementary to one another, sharing comparable critiques of empiricism and comparable accounts of concept use, linguistic understanding, and the relation between experience and language. Although this similarity breaks down over Wittgenstein's account of the "experience of meaning," which is subordinated to his account of meaning as use, Stern argues that Benjamin's theory of language can productively address some unresolved issues in Wittgenstein's understanding of meaning.--

Paradox and Identity in Theology

Suppose I tell you that I have just drawn a duck - rabbit figure on a sheet of paper
. After a fifteensecond interval I ring a bell . After another fifteen - second interval I
make this ' claim ' : “ As a duck , it existed before the bell rang ; but as a rabbit it ...

Author: Robert T. Herbert

Publisher:

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Category: Religion

Page: 197

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Frog Duck and Rabbit

Three animal friends make a costume for a parade.

Author: Susanna Gretz

Publisher: Simon & Schuster

ISBN: 9780027373271

Category: Animals

Page: 32

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Three animal friends make a costume for a parade.


Advances in Psychology

to use the correct strategy in reversing their image of the duck / rabbit .
Remember , however , that Chambers and Reisberg had used the chef / dog
figure as a demonstration figure and had obtained no reversals of the duck /
rabbit image ...

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Perception

According to our a priori predictions , these results suggest top - down influences
on both the Necker cube and the duck / rabbit figure , which are much stronger for
the content reversal of the duck / rabbit figure . Consequently , the data were ...

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Mind

All in all , the man who sees it as a rabbit exhibits a kind of familiarity with the
figure that the man who must infer or only knows ... The answer that it is a duck -
rabbit is again the report of a perception ; the answer Now it's a rabbit ” is not .

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Epistemologia

The figure of the previous page may be seen as a drawing either of a duck or of a
rabbit ; but it cannot be seen as ( a drawing of ) both a duck and a rabbit at the
same time . The shift from seeing it as a duck to seeing it as a rabbit , or vice
versa ...

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The Hastings Law Journal

It is very easy to misunderstand how Wittgenstein's drawing of the duck - rabbit
helps us think about law . Most people learn very quickly that they are able to see
the figure now as a duck , now as a rabbit , now as a duck again , and so on .

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Baruch de Spinoza

seen is always a duck or a rabbit ; I cannot see a duck - rabbit except as a duck or
as a rabbit . But the duck and the rabbit are not seen as anything , they are just
seen . Furthermore , neither the duck or the rabbit represenls the duck - rabbit ...

Author: Vere Claiborne Chappell

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN:

Category: Philosophy

Page: 411

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The Philosophical Review

lem easily ; just as someone , having caught on to the visual ambiguity of the
duck - rabbit , could recognize both a duck and a rabbit , if he was shown the
figure in a series of figures out of which he was to pick all the fast runners and all
the ...

Author: Jacob Gould Schurman

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Category: Electronic journals

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An international journal of general philosophy.

The Journal of Philosophy

... interface conception . The physical sketch is not intrinsically a drawing of either
a duck or a rabbit ; it can be seen as either . But it is very hard to form a “ mental
image ” that is ambiguous in the way the duck - rabbit drawing is ambiguous .

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Category: Philosophy

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Covers topics in philosophy, psychology, and scientific methods. Vols. 31- include "A Bibliography of philosophy," 1933-

Psychology and the Christian Faith

The duck - rabbit . in the figure , much as our view of somebody as offensive or
pitiful or generous or conniving sometimes comes over us all of a sudden . After
we have managed to see the figure both ways , with a little practice , we can see
it ...

Author: Stanton L. Jones

Publisher: Baker Publishing Group

ISBN:

Category: Religion

Page: 267

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Constructivism and Practice

This is why , for example , the duck - rabbit picture itself can be represented , but
not what we see in it . I can represent the figure on page 194 of the Pl by means
of a copy , thus treating it as an object ; but not what I see in the drawing .

Author: Carol C. Gould

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Pub Incorporated

ISBN:

Category: Philosophy

Page: 272

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Constructivism and Practice advances the understanding of the role of construction and model creation and reflects on the relationship of these models to social practices.

Essays on Metaphor

The duck - rabbit Gestalt is a figure which is common to or has aspects of both
ducks and rabbits . I argue that the relation between the duck aspect , the duck -
rabbit figure , and the rabbit aspect is a transitive relationship . I shall symbolize
the ...

Author: Warren A. Shibles

Publisher:

ISBN: 9780912386010

Category: Metaphor

Page: 180

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