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Reviews , by G. L. Duprat. M. Duprat conceives of ethics, not as a science, but as an art, though an art founded on a scientific study of facts. Having satisfied himself at the outset of his inquiry, that duty essentially demands the most perfect possible coordination of all functions, alike...
Comments on an article by J. W. Slaughter that studied the behavior of mental images. Methodological and theoretical problems are discussed.
Investigated a satisfactory method for the study of fatigue of attention. The method seeks to eliminate muscular fatigue to observe the rise and general course of fatigue of attention, exempts as far as possible from peripheral distractions. A tambour, smoked drum, time-marker and ergograph were...
Reviews , by Charles Renouvier (1901). The problems of metaphysics and their solution in the French 'neocritical' philosophy were treated in their logical, systematic relations, with only such illustrative historical material as seemed necessary, in the author's previous volume. In the present...
Reviews , by Karl Groos (1902). The author confines himself to a study of the more general conditions of aesthetic enjoyment and appreciation, reserving for a later work his chapters on the 'modifications of the aesthetic,' and for a still later treatise his study of the processes of aesthetic...
Reviews , by I. Madison Bentley . This paper aims to bring together the various recent contributions to the subject of mental arrangement. The problem of mental arrangement is, in the last analysis, the problem of interpreting our psychological abstractions in terms of the steps by which these...
Reviews , by Charles Horton Cooley . It is the author's aim "to set forth from various points of view, what the individual is, considered as a member of a social whole." Believing that "society and individuals do not denote separable phenomena, but are simply collective and distributive aspects...
The phenomenon suggesting relation between attention and amount of chemical action in the retina have been described wherein the concentration of attention is conducive to the appearance of after images and another phenomenon wherein the concentration tends to extinguish real impressions.
Reviews by Theodor Lipps (1902). This sketch treats primarily of the question of feeling, and of thinking and willing only as they are necessarily involved in the discussion of the former. After defining his general position in the introduction, the writer enters upon a comprehensive analysis of...
Reviews , by G. M. Stratton . Professor Stratton finds that in following the outlines of simple figures, such as circles and rectangles, and various kinds of curves, the eye does not make a movement corresponding to the line followed, but moves forward in a series of irregular and often wholly...
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