Readings for an introduction to philosophy

Readings for an introduction to philosophy

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Kohler, 8 however, in 1927, pointed out that Thorndikea#39;s problems were so arranged that it was hardly possible for the animal to solve them without such activity. ... the door of which could be opened only by his treading on a small electric switch in the floor, the whole of the floor being covered by a carpet. ... Another characteristic is the capacity to transfer the method of attack to other similar problems.

Title:Readings for an introduction to philosophy
Author: James R. Hamilton, Charles E. Reagan, Benjamin R. Tilghman
Publisher:Macmillan College - 1976-01

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