The Religion Called Behaviorism

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • The Doctrines of Watsonianity 9
  • Why a Religion? 11
  • The Origins of Behaviorism 14
  • The Revolt Against Introspection 18
  • With the Help of the Standard White Rat 21
  • The Positive Achievements of Behaviorism 26
  • Who Can Learn? 29
  • Behaviorism and the Glands of Internal Secretion 33
  • The Obsolescence of "Instinct" 38
  • Is It Possible to Correlate "Instinct" with Any Special Form of Activity? 40
  • The Attempt to Banish Mind 43
  • Behaviorism as a Form of Behavior 45
  • The Importance of Conscious Behavior 47
  • The Gestalt Criticism 53
  • The Anticipation of Gestalt by Bergson 57
  • Gestalt as the Key to Art 59
  • Art as the Key to Gestalt 61
  • Superficialities of the Conditioned Reflex 62
  • The Phi Phenomenon 65
  • Köhler's Configurating Apes 67
  • Configurative Nature of Memory 70
  • Gestalt and Instinct 72
  • Behaviorism's Service to Science 75
  • Introspection Redivivus 85
  • Mind-Body and Body-Mind 88
  • Electrical Configurations 91
  • Derivations of the Psychophysical Law 92
  • The Function of Meaning 95
  • Wholes and Parts 99
  • Configurating with the Universe 101
  • Man and His Organs 108
  • Suicide as a Symptom 112
  • The Irreligion Called Behaviorism 129
  • Behaviorism and Freedom 134
  • Gestalt and Freedom 137
  • Emergent Evolution, Twin of Gestalt 139
  • The Right to Feel Free 150
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