DOI:​10.1515/9781618111449-008
Corpus ID: 212422744
Art as Technique
V. ShklovskiĭPublished 2019Computer Science
If we start to examine the general laws of perception, we see that as perception becomes habitual, it becomes automatic. Thus, for example, all of our habits retreat into the area of the… Expand
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