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Figure 4 - Bridging the Objective/Subjective Divide Towards a Meta-Perspective of Science and Experience

Figure 4: Rubin's vase (sometimes referred to as "The Two Face, One Vase Illusion") depicts the silhouette of a vase in black and the profiles of two inward-looking faces in white. The figure-ground distinction made by the brain during visual perception determines which image is seen. Ittelson, W. H. (1969). Visual Space Perception, Springer Publishing Company, LOCCCN 60-15818 
Rubin's vase (sometimes referred to as "The Two Face, One Vase Illusion") depicts the silhouette of a vase in black and the profiles of two inward-looking faces in white. The figure-ground distinction made by the brain during visual perception determines which image is seen. Ittelson, W. H. (1969). Visual Space Perception, Springer Publishing Company, LOCCCN 60-15818 
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