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David E. Tupper, Keith D. Cicerone - 1991 - 313 pages
|... CICERONE AND DAVID E. TUPPER When new turns in behavior cease to |
appear in the life of the individual its behavior ceases to be intelligent. G. E.
Coghill, Anatomy And The Problem Op Behavior (new York: Cambridge
University Press, ...
|(573) A. N. WHITEHEAD That all debunkers must add new boshes of their own to |
supply the vacua created by the ... uuoi A. K. When new turns in behaviour cease
to appear in the life of the individual its behaviour ceases to be intelligent.
|Alfred Adlcr "When new turns of behavior cease to appear in the life of the |
individual, its behavior ceases to be intelligent." — C. E. Coghill "When man
learns to understand and control his own behavior as well as he is learning to
|—Alexander Graham Bell When new turns ofbehavior cease to appear in the life |
of the individual, its behavior ceases to be intelligent. —Thomas Carlyle Societies
have always been shaped more by the nature ofthe media by which men ...
|Lecture Three GROWTH OF THE NERVE CELL AND THE INTERPRETATION OF |
BEHAVIOUR ^he first lecture dealt with the ... When new turns in behaviour
cease to appear in the life of the individual its behaviour ceases to be intelligent.
|Chomsky, Noam When new turns of behavior cease to appear in the life of the |
individual, its behavior ceases to be intelligent. -Coghill, C. E. What is the
appropriate behavior for a man or a woman in the midst of this world, where each
- 60 pages
|It is up to all human societies together to direct intelligently their behavior, to use |
their newly acquired technological capacities for ... in June 1945, when the so-
called "Franck Report" was written, remain to this day the most memorable days
of my life. ... moves and coun- termoves in a power struggle devoid of its past
realistic meaning; it was lost when war ceased to be a ... More easily than in the
case of mutated individuals, evolutionary success of changed societies may turn
out to be ...
|Dssrrrn widespread interest in the evolution of reasoning, the comparative study |
of ideational behavior has been neglected. ... I have perfected and applied a new
method—that of multiple choices—for the detection of reactive tendencies and
the study of their mile in the ... Yerkes, Robert M., The Mental Life of Monkeys and
Apes: a Study of Ideational Behavior, Behavior Monographs, .1, serial ....
Ultimately, he ceased to try to select the right box and followed the path 0! least
- 72 pages
|What in ourselves we call curiosity, the drive to explore one's environment, |
characterizes the behavior of most animals, ... In man this drive to explore and
discover new aspects of our environment has reached its peak in science. ... an
order of intelligence comparable to man, we must assume that they have
produced and are producing still other religions. ... flame is immortal once it has
gone out, and it is equally absurd to think I am immortal as a person once my
- 48 pages
|IN THE darkest hours of human despair life could never have seemed so |
transient as it appears to the present generation. ... of useless births condemned
to premature death, and how to substitute intelligence and care for the blind
ruthlessness of nature. ... The habits learned then still take over on occasion in
the behavior of individual men. .... The universe ceased to be a realm permeated
with vitalistic, purposive, and capricious forces and opened up its most distant
reaches to ...