Principles Of Gestalt Psychology
Routledge, 8. lis 2013. - Broj stranica: 732
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It would also be wrong to look at this book as the "authentic presentation of gestalt theory," for there is no such thing. I have done nothing that any psychologist could not have done equally well or better, had he wished to do so.
Now as I look upon the growth of science it seems to me that it began to find itself and thereby entered a new epoch when at the time of the Renaissance it changed from a chase for the multa to a search for the multum.
One can look at the progress of science as a steady increase in the number of facts known. Then one arrives at a position where much knowledge means knowledge of multa. But a very different aspect of scientific progress is also ...
I shall therefore exclude from my answer the person who is merely supposed to look at or live in one of our two rooms and to listen to the two sequences of tones, just as you said one should. But even so there remains a difference ...
... The animals chose one of the two equal figures because it looked to them smaller, just as it looks smaller to us. ... the difference between things as they "really" are and things as they look to us, between reality and appearance.
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