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1890 The Monist  
And finally at this point there spontaneously arises the question of a theory of the psychic phenomena. Every theory essentially presupposes an objective tendency, while consciousness, as the expression of the purest subjectivity of phenomena, cannot be rendered objective. It clearly follows, therefore, that the met/tod of psychology must be radically different from all methods of the objective sciences. yvKv.
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