Excerpt from Mind, 1910, Vol. 19: A Quarterly Review of Psychology and Philosophy
These are enough to show how much is made to depend on this case, or rather on the type of investigation it repre sents. But I cannot resist adding one more reference. Dr. Mcdougall, in his disc... ussion before the Psychical Research Society1 goes almost the length of making Sally a crucial case to decide the truth or falsehood of monism, - including materialism, epiphenomenalism, psycho-physical parallelism, - as against dualism, in its two leading forms, first, where the form of mental activity is separated from the con tent of the mind, the nervous system being responsible for content, the psychic being for form, and, second, where the psyche is responsible for everything and the body seems a curious super¿uity.
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