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Fechner

Gustav Theodor . 1801--87, German physicist, philosopher, and psychologist, noted particularly for his work on psychophysics, Elemente der Psychophysik (1860)
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However, in his book, The Little Book of Life After Death, we find Fechner explicitly writing about psi: "In rare cases, we see the light of consciousness wander out of the narrower body into the wider and return again, bringing news of what happens in distant spaces, in distant time ...
In Fechner's case, however, there may be a certain ambiguity in this flirtation with science, since its tone is akin to the dead seriousness of elucubrations by several nineteenth century Naturphilosophen positing such unprovable theories as an eternally recurrent universe (Louis Blanqui's L'eternite par les astres, 1872), or the stars as living beings (Augusto Gonzalez de Linares's La vida de los astros, 1878).
As the mobile phase, methanol-water (98: 2) (Merck) was used at 1.5 ml/ min flow rate (Beverly and Sari, 1983; Pikkarainen and Parviainen 1992; Fechner et al., 1998; Reynolds and Judd, 1984).
Lalo (1908) used Fechner's procedure, asking participants which rectangles they liked the most and which ones they liked the least.
En lo que respecta a la Orden ignaciana en particular, destaca la reflexion acerca del papel de los procuradores, por ser un tema no desarrollado a fondo por la historiografia y que -como Fechner senala- necesita nuevas investigaciones.
The name for this relationship between stimulus and response--Weber's Law--was given by Fechner. (He went on to suggest a revised, logarithmic relationship, calling this revision the Fechner-Weber Law.)
O autor traz consideracoes importantes acerca do campo de pensamento que antecede as formulacoes de Freud, e destaca alguns filosofos e estudiosos, tais como Herbart, Fechner, Von Hartmann, Schopenhauer, Nietzsche.
For most young working women impeded by a lack of education, their working lives lasted only a few years (Ankum, 1997b; Fechner, 2001).
In addition to those considered in The Fractured Self, chapters devoted to Goethe, Carus, von Hartmann, and Fechner broaden the survey while focusing the discussion on the unconscious.
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