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Knowing vs. Seeing: Philosophy and Experience

Pollack, Robert

Tonight I would like to take your time consider the matters of how one can avoid simply seeing what one knows; and of how, not always but now and then, I have been able to know what I saw, in those very different decades of my life. So here is one story for each my seven decades here, and then a story at the end that speaks to the future in an unexpected way.

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CrossCurrents
DOI
https://doi.org/10.1111/cros.12198

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Academic Units
Biological Sciences
Center for the Study of Science and Religion
Publisher
Wiley
Published Here
February 27, 2017
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