The Primary World of Senses: A Vindication of Sensory Experience

By: Straus, Erwin; Neeldeman, Jacob (Translator)

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No jacket. Spine lightly toned, small tear to spine head and to spine base, ink underlining and highlighting, smudge on front paste-down endpaper. 1963 Hard Cover. xvi, 428 pp. CONTENTS: Preface to the Second Edition (1956); Acknowledgement; Introduction: The Dependence of Modern Psychology on Cartesian Philosophy; Part I. Critique of the Doctrine of Conditioned Reflexes: The Relation Between Theory and Observation in Pavlov's Work - General Presuppositions - Some Difficulties Confronting the Application of Pavlov's Theory; Part II. Stimuli, Signs, and Signals: The Nature of the Signal - Resolution of the Difficulties; Part III. Man Thinks, Not the Brain: Surrounding Field and Surround World - Signs Are Not Stimuli - Stimuli Are Not Objects; Part IV. Sensing and Movement Considered Historiologically: Preliminary Characterization of Sensing - Sensing Considered as a Mode of Communication - The Relationship Between Sensing and Moving - On Being Awake - Critique of Epiphenomenalism - The Difference Between Sensing and Knowing - The Difference Between Sensing and Perceiving - Traditional Psychology of Space and Time - Sense-Certainty - Development of the Theme Through the Phenomenon of Gliding - The Spectrum of the Senses - The Spatial and Temporal Form of Sensing; Notes; Indexes.

Title: The Primary World of Senses: A Vindication of Sensory Experience

Author: Straus, Erwin; Neeldeman, Jacob (Translator)

Categories: Science, Psychology,

Publisher: The Free Press of Glencoe: 1963

Binding: Hard Cover

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

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