Review of Grundzüge der Physiologischen Psychologie

  • William James
Part of the Path in Psychology book series (PATH)


On every hand, no less in Germany than in England, there are signs of a serious revival of philosophical inquiry; from a quarter, too, which leads one to indulge the hope that real progress will erelong be made. For it is the men engaged in the physical sciences who are now pressing hard in the direction of metaphysical problems; and although in a certain point of view their education may not specially qualify them for the task, it would be sheer folly not to expect from their trained cunning in experiment, their habits of patience and fairness, and their willingness to advance by small steps at a time, new results of the highest importance.


Philosophical Inquiry Real Progress Metaphysical Problem Objective Reaction Kantian Philosophy 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1980

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  • William James

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