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the tactile illusion that a single object is actually two objects when held in the crossed index and middle fingers. |Aristotle (384-322 BCE), Greek philoso

ARISTOTLE: "Aristotle's illusion refers to the tendency for the individual to perceive two objects instead of one when the middle and index fingers are crossed. "

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