January, 21, 2001 | By Bill Keaggy

"The most striking — and a unique — feature of the mind is the acceptance and use of things as symbols standing for other things. Symbols may stand for, refer to, or mean other things which may or may not lie within the world of physics... In this sense we find the mind in computing machines." — Richard L. Gregory in Mind of Science. “With this basic principle we can conclude that computer graphics can enhance our ability to think visually."

Subjects: Design Thinking, Visual Thinking, Visual Thinking School
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