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"The more you know, the more you see"
Transcript of "The more you know, the more you see"
The more you sense, the more you select.
The more you select, the more you perceive.
The more you perceive, the more you remember.
The more you remember, the more you learn.
The more you learn, the more you know.
And on and on and on…
Visual Communication Circle Dance
The more you know; the more you sense
(your awareness increases)
you must try
to make sense
of what you select.
If your mind has
any chance of
and to increase your
you must actively
consider the meaning
of what you see.
To select is to isolate and look at a specific part of a scene
within the enormous frame of possibilities
that sensing offers. You focus more clearly on a single
object that is isolated from all others.
Learning more about the world teaches
us to be better observers which increases
our capacity for knowledge and wisdom.
“The more you know – the more you see.”
Aldous Huxley’s Circle
Dance Theory of Perception
enough light into
your eyes so that
you can see objects
Stages of Clear Vision:
The Art of Seeing--1942
The idea is that to see clearly you
must be able to think clearly.
“Sensing plus selecting
plus perceiving equals seeing.”
Understanding Aldous Huxley's maxim is central to the Visual Communication Circle Dance theory of perception. He begins with:
The more you sense; the more you select
(you will notice more)
The more you select; the more you perceive;
(you will understand more)
The more you perceive, the more you remember
(memory is enhanced)
The more you remember, the more you learn
(compare and contrast)
And it begins again…
The more you learn, the more you know
(you use more of what you see)
Images With Messages, Paul Martin Lester
Graphic Communications Today,
William E. Ryan and Theodore E. Conover
"The More You Know,
The More You See