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INTRODUCTORY 1 The living organism as subject
Purposive action by living organisms
Instinctive and learnt behaviour
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act of perception activity actual occasion affective tone amoeba Amphibia anticipation become blastula brain field causal Central Agent chapter character chemical conception concrescence conditioned reflex consciousness constitution continuity cortex course differentiation direction discrimination discussed electronic embryonic cells embryonic development epidermis evolution evolutionary example excitation external world fact factor feelings final causation function gene complex Gestalt Gestalt psychology hormic goals inheritance insect instance instinctive behaviour involved Lamarckian lens living organisms meaning mental morpho morphogenetic field morphogenetic stimuli motor disposition motor neurones movements muscles mutations nature nerve impulses nexus nexus of subjects normal optic cup optic vesicle passage past experience perceiving percipient event physical plasmagel possible prehended pseudopodia psychological psychophysical field purpose rats receptor relation response result retina rudiment self-differentiating sensa sense sensory unit sensum situation specific specious present stimulus structure sub-agents subjective aim theory tissue trial behaviour tropism unity variations visual wasp Whitehead whole