Perception And Plato's Theaetetus

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One aspect of knowledge which they review is perception. It is defined and explained by Socrates, to the young and innocent Theaetetus. Perception is defined by Floyd H. Allport in his book, Theories of Perception and the Concept of Structure, as "the way things look to us, or the way they sound, feel, taste, or smell...
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Perception is not restricted to sight only, the world has countless numbers of sounds, smells, and textures. Perception is "the way things look to us" because even though something might seem to be one way, it is another. For example, the Muller-Lyer illusion makes people see two lines of different lengths, while the lines are the same size...
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