The Scientific Consensus and Recent British Philosophy
Freny Mehta (ed.)
Popular Prakashan (1980)
|Abstract||v. 1. Convergences of British schools of psychoanalysis, Piager's analysis, the Gestalt school and ethology, and ethics of British idealism vs logical realism and prescriptivism.|
|Keywords||Philosophy, English Psychology|
|Call number||B1615.S34 1980|
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