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" The great snare of the psychologist is the confusion of his own standpoint with that of the mental fact about which he is making his report. "
Educational Review - Halaman 359
diedit oleh - 1891
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - 1890 - 1393 halaman
...Meanwhile our psychologic insight is vitiated by still other snares. 'The Psychologist's Fallacy.' The great snare of the psychologist is the confusion...the mental fact about which he is making his report. I shall hereafter call this the 'psychologist's fallacy' par excellence. For some of the mischief,...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - 1890
...vitiated by still other snares. ' The Psychologist's Fallacy.' The great snare of the psyv I chologist is the confusion of his own standpoint with that of...^ mental fact about which he is making his report. I shall hereafter call this the ' psychologist's fallacy ' par excellence. For some of the mischief,...
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The Principles of Psychology, Volume 1

William James - 1890 - 1393 halaman
...Psychologist's Fallacy.' The great snare of the psyv chologist is the confusion of his own standpoint toith that of the mental fact about which he is making his report. I shall hereafter call this the ' psychologist's fallacy ' par excellent.-*: For some of the mischief,...
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Educational Review, Volume 1

Nicholas Murray Butler, Frank Pierrepont Graves, William McAndrew - 1891
...supreme emphasis. "The great snare of the psychologist is^he confusion of his own standpoint -witli that of the mental fact about which he is making his...gets easily led to suppose that the thought which is <?/"it, knows it in the same way in which he knows it, although this is often very far from being the...
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The Philosophical Review, Volume 1

Jacob Gould Schurman, James Edwin Creighton, Frank Thilly, Gustavus Watts Cunningham - 1892
...James has dubbed "the psychologist's fallacy par excellence," — the confusion by the psychologist of his own standpoint with that of the mental fact about which he is making his report. Mr. Spencer lays his finger most effectively upon the fallacy in the present case. But for myself,...
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Psychology Applied to the Art of Teaching

Joseph Baldwin - 1892 - 389 halaman
...our own minds. Just here we find the source of the failure of the teacher to understand the child. The confusion of his own standpoint with that of the mental fact about which he is making a report, Prof. James considers the great fallacy of the psychologist. In studying comparative psychology...
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Dictionary of Philosophy and Psychology: Prefatory note. Text, Le-Z. Addenda ...

James Mark Baldwin - 1902
...examining what is true of his own ; especially of reading into lower minds what is true of higher. ' The great snare of the psychologist is the confusion...the mental fact about which he is making his report. I shall hereafter call this the " psychologist's fallacy " par excellence ' (James, Princ. of Psychol.,...
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Old Criticism and New Pragmatism

John Marcus O'Sullivan - 1909 - 317 halaman
...Ding-an-sich owes its origin to what Professor James J calls the " psychologist's fallacy" — ie," the confusion of his own standpoint with that of the...mental fact about which he is making his report." however, only find its complete development and justification at a much later stage. Seeing his problem...
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On Adolescence: A Psychoanalytic Interpretation

Peter Blos - 1966 - 269 halaman
...field. On the one hand I have heeded William James' warning about the "psychologist's fallacy" — that is, "the confusion of his own standpoint with that of the mental fact about which he is making a report." The other precaution can best be expressed by humoring the problem; toward this end I shall...
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Dewey

J. E. Tiles - 1990 - 261 halaman
...'the psychologist's fallacy'. According to James, an individual makes this mistake when he confuses his 'own standpoint with that of the mental fact about which he is making a report' (James, 1890, I. p. 196). It is the uncritical assumption that an animal's or a child's experience...
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