By William J. Baker
Present matters in Theoretical Psychology
Selected Edited complaints of the Founding convention of The foreign Society for Theoretical Psychology held in Plymouth, U.K.
30 August–2 September 1985
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Qualitatively there is no difference between the velocity of a part of the system, and that of the system as a whole. Even for the velocity of the electrons in atoms, we can draw an analogy with the velocity of the planets around the sun, although quantum mechanics demonstrates the restrictions of such a comparison,. In some way we can project physical properties onto objects; we can externalize them, and we can have the illusion that they have, to some extent, an objective status. A second kind of properties are physical properties that seem to be more elusive, but that we can still project onto the world around us, independently of our experience, although their roots lie in our experience.
42 Theoretical Psychology Table 1 An -epistemology: a Methodology for Eliminating Confusion and Ignorance CC: Conceptual Confusion Caused by wrong information about Con ceptualized Experience (CE). Conceptual Ignorance Caused by lack of information about CE. EC: Experiential Confusion Caused by functional non-awareness of CE. Experiential Ignorance Caused by material non -awareness of CE. Theory construction coun teracting CI. Empirical research coun teracting CC. Logical analysis counteract ing CC and CI.
Warren, R. P. (1986). Helmholtz on perception. New York & London: John Wiley & Sons, Inc. This Page Intentionally Left Blank Current Issues in Theoretical Psychology Wm J. E. Hyland, H. W. V. (North-Holland), 1987 37 ON THE METHODOLOGY OF CLARIFYING CONFUSION Han F. De Wit Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands SUMMARY: Based on developments within cognitive psychology, this p d per reviews the concepts of experience and of methodology. Cognitive psychology has brought back the old Kantian theme that our ways of cognizing or perceiving the human world (environment) are permeated by our ways of thinking or conceptualizing (about i t ) .
Current Issues in Theoretical Psychology: Sel/Edited Proc of the 1st Biannual Conf of the Intl Society for Theoretical Psychology Held in Plymouth, (Advances in Psychology) by William J. Baker