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Definition of Mentalistic
Lexicographical Neighbors of Mentalistic
Literary usage of Mentalistic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1922)
"But yet this fact does not in any sense support a mentalistic interpretation; in fact we believe it even argues for an objectivistic interpretation. ..."
2. Lectures on the Philosophy of Kant and Other Philosophical Lectures & Essays by Henry Sidgwick (1905)
"The mentalistic Empiricist, on the other hand, maintains that nothing can be immediately known except mental facts, consciousness or feeling of some kind ..."
3. Philosophy, Its Scope and Relations: An Introductory Course of Lectures by Henry Sidgwick, James Ward (1902)
"although his method of obtaining knowledge does not enable him to decide between the alternatives. Even if he is an Empiricist of a mentalistic or ..."
4. Modern Nirvanaism by William Danmar (1914)
"The so-called spiritualistic theory of "spirits" is mentalistic but in the sense of supernaturalistic mentalism, as a part of the dualism of "matter and ..."
5. Psychological Review by American Psychological Association (1879)
"Such a warning is doubtless superfluous from the standpoint of our exposition but the mentalistic way of looking at the matter is so prevalent that we ..."