I knew that ‘Principles of Psychology’ by William James was an important book in psychology. He takes philosophical ideas about mentality and transitions them into psychological ideas that can be tested. Since I often see disputes that hinge on the difference between philosophic vs. scientific approaches, I thought it worth noting how one important section…
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The increasing of tariffs and austerity programs made the Great Depression worse.
Yes, you can think without words; but most people are so well-schooled that words overwhelm their consciousness.
An emergent quality is seen when the fallacy of composition is examined.
There are two ways that the fallacy of composition comes into play:
Would an accident in the Asteroid Zone ruin their mission?
Can you always find the reasons that things happen? In fact, does the web of reasons extend so far that everything that does occur it linked to everything else that occurs?
Vote in Poll: Do you think everything is logically connected?
When I say something online, I have more than once seen it attacked by a logical equivalency which is only true if you believe everything is black-or-white. For instance, my statement: The US should not be an ostrich and ignore events in Yemen. Reinterpreted and attacked as: The US should bomb Yemen because of events…