w5th - Contstructive Perception The way we interact with...

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David Hume(1711-1776) Hume’s Fork Matters of fact Empircal Synthetic Aposterioiri Inductive Relations of ideas Mathmatical Analytic Apriori Deductive Humans are bundles of impressions Ideas Simple Complex Heuristic Rule of thumb Skeptical Heurists Reasons to be Skeptical 1. Uncorroborated 2. Extraordinary William of Ockham Ockham Razor
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Simplest explanation is usually the correct one 3. Better explanation
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Unformatted text preview: Contstructive Perception The way we interact with the world Size constancy Color constancy Auto Kinetic Effect Point of light/Spot Sensing movement because your eyes are moving Constructive Memory Selective memory Ad Hoc For this purpose only Representative Heuristic Conjuctive falicy Two things are more likely to occurs together than indivudually...
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This note was uploaded on 04/23/2008 for the course PHIL 101 taught by Professor Torcello during the Winter '08 term at RIT.

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