Berkeley was an odd empiricist which led him to his famous question about If a

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22. Berkeley was an odd empiricist which led him to his famous question about: “If a tree falls in a forest and yet you or others did not see or hear (empiricism) the tree fall inthe forest, did a tree fall in the forest? What does Berkeley conclude? 25. Kant was neither a rationalist or empiricist philosopher, yet his philosophy set the stage for the fundamental question for modern psychology. Kant wondered about the process by which we gain experience of the world. What did he conclude?
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27. Kant believed what about prospects for psychology becoming a science? 28. Thomas Hobbes - What is meant by the ‘social contract’? Explain how Hobbes came to this conclusion about rulers and the ruled. LECTURE - CHAPTER 3 EARLY NEUROSCIENCE 1. How did Bischoff demonstrate that consciousness ended with decapitation?2. Describe the contributions to our understanding of brain made by Willis. The textbook
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