The Nature of Experience

R. W. Sellars
The Journal of Philosophy, Psychology and Scientific Methods
Vol. 4, No. 1 (Jan. 3, 1907), pp. 14-18
DOI: 10.2307/2011391
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The Nature of Experience

Notes and References

This item contains 9 references.

  • 13
    Leuba, 'An Instrument for Weber's Law, with Indications of a Law of Sense Memory,' American Journal of Psychology, Vol. V.
  • 1
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • T. H. Green and such writers as James in the article, in this JOURNAL, 'How Two Minds Can Know One Thing,'
    • Gibson in 'Philosophical Introduction to Ethics,' especially lecture VIII.
  • 3 'Metaphysics,' Bk. III., Ch. II.
  • 4
    Bradley, op. cit., Ch. IX.
  • 5
    Bradley, op. cit., Ch. XXI.
  • 6
    Strong, op. cit., Ch. X.
  • 7
    This reference contains 2 citations:
    • James, 'Principles of Psychology,' Ch. IV.
    • Strong, 'Why Mind has a Body,' Ch. IX.
  • 9
    Baldwin, 'Genetic Logic,' Ch. XI.
  • 10
    This JOURNAL, Vol. III., No. 2.