The Mind, the Body and the World: Psychology After Cognitivism?
Andrews UK Limited, Nov 11, 2015 - Psychology - 362 pages
The roots of cognitivism lie deep in the history of Western thought, and to develop a genuinely post-cognitivist psychology, this investigation goes back to presuppositions descended from Platonic/Cartesian assumptions and beliefs about the nature of thought.
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