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Title:
Fragments in philosophy and science; being collected essays and addresses
Author:
Baldwin, James Mark, 1861-1934.
Publication Information:
New York : C. Scribner's Sons, 1902.
Physical Description:
xii, 389 pages including diagrams ; 24 cm
Language:
English
Contents:
Philosophy: its relation to life and education.--The ideslism of Spinoza.--Recent discussion in materialism.--Professor Watson on reality and time.--The cosmic and the moral.--Psychology past and present.--The postulates of physiological psychology.--The origin of volition in childhood.--Imitation: a chapter in the natural history of consciousness.--The origin of emotional expression.--The perception of external reality.--Feeling, belief, and judgment.--Memory for square size.--The effect of size-contrast upon judgments of position in the retinal field.--An optical illusion.--New questions in mental chronometry. Types of reaction.--The "type-theory" of reaction.--The psychology of religion.--Shorter philosophical papers.--Shorter literary papers.
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