Principles Of Gestalt Psychology
Routledge, 8. lis 2013. - Broj stranica: 732
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But it is a complex, not a simple fact, whereas the simple fact is that all bodies fall 'with the same velocity in a vacuum. From this scientific fact the everyday fact can be derived but not vice versa.
In other words, whereas the world of primitive man had directly determined his conduct, had told him what was good, what bad, the scientific world proved all too often a failure when it came to answering such questions.
They accepted one and rejected the two others— their excuse being the intrinsic and extrinsic success of science and the absurdities of the contemporary speculative philosophy — whereas each of them may, as a conception, contain as much ...
Now the ordinary man, probably more than 99% of the population of the earth, knows nothing about the latter, whereas everyone knows the former; *on the other hand, those who know anything about physiology will have to admit that molar ...
quate, even if it is admitted that one can speak of the attractive force exerted by a lure, the repulsive force exerted by a danger, this can be no more than a description; whereas force in physics is an explanatory term, ...
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