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Bog, hæftet Anthropomorphism and Science: A Study of the Development of Ejective Cognition in the Individual and the Race (Classic Reprint) af Olive Annie Wheeler

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This study of ejective cognition embodies some of the results of my work as a Research Fellow of the University of Wales, and is printed in substantially... Læs mere

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Excerpt from Anthropomorphism and Science: A Study of the Development of Ejective Cognition in the Individual and the Race

This study of ejective cognition embodies some of the results of my work as a Research Fellow of the University of Wales, and is printed in substantially the same form in which it was approved for the degree of Doctor of Science in Psychology in the University of London. It is pre-eminently an attempt to solve a problem, which is greatly exercising the modern mind, namely, that of the relation which exists between theological and scientific interpretations of the world. The treatment is divided into three parts. The first, which is Imainly historical, is a consideration of the pki/osopkiea/ doctrine of ejection. The second traces the development of the psyeko/ogzkal process of ejection in the history both of the individual and of the race. And the third uses the generaliza tions discovered in the psychological investigation to throw light on the problem, which it is the main objective of the essay to solve. Parts II and III, with the Introduction, therefore form a complete whole, so far as the main problem is concerned; but Part I has been included for the sake of those readers who would desire to orientate the doctrine of ejection with other philosophical systems.

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