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" Upon analysis, we find that we begin not with a sensory stimulus, but with a sensorimotor coordination, the optical-ocular, and that in a certain sense it is the movement which is primary, and the sensation which is secondary, the movement of body, head... "
Understanding Intelligence - Page 393
by Rolf Pfeifer, Christian Scheier - 2001 - 700 pages
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Pragmatism, the Classic Writings: Charles Sanders Peirce, William James ...

H. S. Thayer - Philosophy - 1970 - 383 pages
...begin, not with a sensory stimulus, but with a sensory-motor coordination, the optical-ocular, and that in a certain sense it is the movement which is primary,...the sensation which is secondary, the movement of body, head, and eye muscles determining the quality of what is experienced. In other words, the real...
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Explorations in the History of Psychology in the United States

Josef Brožek - Psychology - 1984 - 333 pages
...sensory stimulus, but with a sensori-motor coordination [italics added], the optical-ocular, and that in a certain sense it is the movement which is primary, and the sensation which is secondary ... In other words, the real beginning is with the act of seeing; it is looking, and not a sensation...
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Understanding John Dewey: Nature and Cooperative Intelligence

James Campbell - Philosophy - 1995 - 310 pages
...begin not with a sensory stimulus, but with a sensori-motor co-ordination, the optical-ocular, and that in a certain sense it is the movement which is primary,...the sensation which is secondary, the movement of body, head and eye muscles determining the quality of what is experienced. In other words, the real...
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The Chicago School of Functionalism, Volume 3

John R. Shook - Philosophy - 2001 - 1400 pages
...begin not with a sensory stimulus, but with a sensori-motor coordination, the optical-ocular, and that in a certain sense it is the movement which is primary,...the sensation which is secondary, the movement of body, head and eye muscles determining the quality of what is experienced. In other words, the real...
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Pragmatistische Wissenschafts- und Technikforschung: Theorie und Methode

Pragmatism - 2005 - 389 pages
...begin not with a sensory stimulus, but with a sensorimotor co-ordination, the optical-ocular, and that in a certain sense it is the movement, which is primary, and the sensation which is secondary ... In other words, the real beginning is with the act of seeing, it is looking, and not a sensation...
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