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THE GESTALT PHENOMENA AND ARCHETYPICAL RATIONALISM The Crossroads Between Empiricism and Rationalism : Part I

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  title={THE GESTALT PHENOMENA AND ARCHETYPICAL RATIONALISM The Crossroads Between Empiricism and Rationalism : Part I},
  author={Fredrik Sundqvist},
  year={2007}
}
In my doctoral thesis, Perceptual Dynamics. Theoretical foundations and philosophical implications of Gestalt psychology (Sundqvist 2003), I made an attempt to present the philosophical relevance of the Gestalt theory of Max Wertheimer, Wolfgang Köhler and Kurt Koffka to present day cognitive science. My thesis was written under the firm conviction that a historical perspective and a fresh look at past contributions could vitalize the analysis of mind in contemporary cognitive sciences and… 

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