Principles Of Gestalt Psychology
Routledge, 8. lis 2013. - Broj stranica: 732
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That I have drawn largely from gestalt literature is justified by the title which indicates my concept of systematization.1 In rereading the book I found some parts much more difficult than others. This is especially true of the.
... very concept of fact, therefore,, becomes problematical. One can look at the progress of science as a FACTS AND THEORIES 5.
Looking at the sciences of Nature, Life, and Mind, we may extract from each one specific and particularly important concept, viz., from the first: quantity, from the second: order, and from the third: meaning or significance (in German: ...
Let us now turn to "order," the concept derived from the sciences of life. Can we give a satisfactory definition of this concept? We speak of an orderly arrangement of objects when every object is in a place which is determined by its ...
But if the ordinary old mechanical laws explain these events, why introduce a new concept, order, which confuses the issue by creating an artificial difference between processes which from the point of view of mechanics arc essentially ...
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