The Scientific Consensus and Recent British Philosophy
Freny Mehta (ed.)
Popular Prakashan (1980)
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|
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|Call number||B1615.S34 1980|
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