Aristotle anomaly


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A·ris·tot·le a·nom·a·ly

(ar'is-tot-ĕl),
when a small object is held between the first and second fingers crossed in such a way that it touches or presses on skin surfaces that ordinarily are not pressed on simultaneously by a single object, it is perceived falsely as two objects.

A·ris·tot·le a·nom·a·ly

(ar'is-tot'ĕl ă-nom'ă-lē)
When a small object is held between the first and second fingers crossed in such a way that it touches or presses upon skin surfaces that ordinarily are not pressed upon simultaneously by a single object, it is perceived falsely as two.

Aristotle,

Greek philosopher and scientist, 384-322 B.C.
Aristotelian method - a method of study that stresses the relation between a general category and a particular object.
Aristotle anomaly