The Object Stares Back

In The Object Stares Back, the author James Elkins discusses the nature of human perception and how it is not as objective as the beholder would believe. An individual sees what the brain thinks they need to see and to some extent, we are insensible to the selectivity of our vision. In an example of our unwittingly partial view of the world, Elkins reminisces about attracting … More The Object Stares Back