∗ This, strictly speaking, is more than a review, and is expressly written for those readers who have not yet had time or opportunity of studying in a wider sense the problems raised by Prof. McDougall.—[Eds.]
† The word “psychology” did not come into use until the end of the sixteenth century, and according to Hamilton its true author was one Rudolphus Goclenios of Marburg, who issued a work under this name in its Greek form in 1594. It is preferable to “philosophy of mind,” or “phenomenology of mind,” etc., because it avoids a plurality of words and can be used adjectively.
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