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Significant contributions to the history of psychology, 1750-1920. Series A. Orientations

Author: Daniel N Robinson
Publisher: Washington : University Publications of America, 1977-78.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Daniel N Robinson
ISBN: 089093150X 9780890931509 0890931542 9780890931547 0890931550 9780890931554 0890931534 9780890931530 0890931607 9780890931608
OCLC Number: 4345894
Notes: Reprints from various publications.
Description: 11 volumes ; 24 cm
Contents: v. 1. Condillac, E. The logic of Condillac. Brown, T. Sketch of a system of the philosophy of the human mind.--v. 2. Fichte, J. Characteristics of the present age. Fichte, J. The way towards the blessed life.--v. 3. Taine, H. On intelligence.--v. 4. Bain, A. The senses and the intellect.--v. 5. Bain, A. The emotions and the will.--v. 6. Herbart, J.A text-book in psychology. Lewes, G. The study of psychology. Lotze, H. Outlines of psychology.--v. 7. Romanes, G. Animal intelligence.--v. 8. Ward, J. Psychology. Ward, J. Psychological principles.--v. 9. Stout, G.A manual of psychology.--v. 10. Elliotson, J. Numerous cases of surgical operations without pain in the mesmeric state. Esdaile, J. Mesmerism in India. Macnish, R. The philosophy of sleep.--v. 11. Seminal research papers.
Responsibility: edited and with prefaces by Daniel N. Robinson.

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