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Speculum 4 (3):347-350 (1929). Similar books and articles. Murray Wright Bundy - 1927 - R. West. Thomas Wright's Theological CosmologyAn Original Theory or New Hypothesis of the Universe.
Pre-Socratic philosophy. Post-Aristotelian philosophy. The Theory of art: Quintilian, Longinus, and Philostratus. The lesser Neoplatonists. Neoplatonic views of three early Christians. Mediaeval descriptive psychology. The psychology of the mystics. Dante's theory of vision.
Attacked from many angles and on many grounds, the terms 'image' and 'imagination' have maintained a precarious foothold in psychology for the last quarter of a century. At present writing, with the epithets 'eidetiker' and 'introvert' in the air, only the hardier dare avow the persistence in our daily thinking of the imaginal taken in its more flagrant forms. Yet the most scrupulous of objectivists, after carefully expunging the offending terms from his professional diction, must admit a grain.
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