Excerpt from The Philosophical Review, 1922, Vol. 31
N the March issue of this review,1 in the course of an article on Psychology and Idealistic Philosophy, I spoke about a point of view from which a correlation might be made between two readings of human. Experience, that ta... ken by the classical idealistic philosophy and that which is being taken by some of the more recent departures in psychological research.
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