A second way of knowing: the riddle of human perception

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Prentice Hall Press, 1991 - Psychology - 213 pages
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Traces the development of scientific and psychological theories of human perception and consciousness and shows their significance in relation to such enduring questions as the nature of reality and of humanity

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A SECOND WAY OF KNOWING: The Riddle of Human Perception

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In spite of the New Age-ish title, the latest from Bolles (Remembering and Forgetting, 1987, etc.) attempts to put perception in proper perspective—not as a mystical phenomenon, but at the very heart ... Read full review

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This is an interesting account of theories about the nature of human perception, conflicts between those who account for everything in purely physical terms, and the humanists who emphasize mystery ... Read full review


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Edmund Blair Bolles is a writer living in New York City.

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