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CHAPTER PAGE 1 The Loss of Confidence
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accept achieved actually admit already animal areas of experience assume assumption atom attempt aware B. F. Skinner become behavior believe brain called capable cept common sense concepts concerned conclusion conditioning consciousness conviction creatures demonstrated deny Descartes determined Discourse doubt ence epiphenomenon evidence exist extent fact Frazier freedom ideal individual inevitably JOSEPH WOOD KRUTCH Karl Pearson laws least less limited areas living logical machine Mark Van Doren Marxism matter means mechanical mechanistic mental merely metaphysical methods mind minimal modern moral natural selection never nevertheless obviously operate ourselves paradox perhaps phenomena philosophy physical physicists possible predictable premises probably problem psychologists question reality realm reason recognize reductio ad absurdum reflex action result scientific seems self-evident simply Skinner society sociologists sometimes sort survival techniques theory things tion today's thinking totalitarian ultimate understand universe Utopia value judgments vitalist Walden Walden Three whole