Mental "structures" in the Berlin school of Gestalt Psychology: can sensation be described as "structural"?

Abstract

It is not exaggerated to affirm that the modern notion of structure arises in Koffka’s Growth of the Mind and in his following article, “Perception : An introduction to the Gestalt-theorie” (1922). The importance of the notion of structure as Koffka uses it lies in the fact that it is designed to replace the old empiricist notion of “sensation” as a real… (More)

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