James and the identity theory

Behaviorism 3 (2):152-155 (1975)
The paper makes a comparative study of james' interpretation of mental acts in terms of the felt movements of the body and the identity theory presented and defended by j j c smart and u t place. some features of remarkable similarity as well as important differences between james' view and the identity theory are discussed. a special reference is made to james' view on the question of the alleged spatial location of mental events
Keywords Epistemology  Identity Theory  Mental Act  Perception  James
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