Phenomenology, Psychology, and Radical Behaviorism: Skinner and Merleau-Ponty On Behavior

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Scientific points of view, according to which my existence is a moment of the world's, are always both naive and at the same time dishonest, because they take for granted, without explicitly mentioning it, the other point of view, namely that of consciousness, through which from the outset a world forms itself round me and begins to exist for me
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