By Freud Sigmund
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Reprint. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Chapter 1 explains the para-mechanical hypothesis, the " ghost in the machine," and category errors. Subsequent chapters take up more specific topics, like knowledge, will, and emotion. 60 What Is Behaviorism? Skinner, B. F. 1969: Behaviorism at fifty. In B. F. Skinner, Contingencies of Reinforcement. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 221-68. Skinner's most famous discussion of private events in contrast with mental events. Skinner, B. F. 1974: Abou t Behaviorism.
First, Ryle's use of "category" seemed to imply an unacceptable open-endedness - that is, "showing intelligence" or "being in love" might encompass an infinite num ber of activities - which would prevent one from specifying exactly which actions should be taken as instances of the category. " The philosopher Richard Rorty (1979), for example, put the criticisms this way: The last point seems incorrect because a fire's being "inside" a stove is a clear physical relation, whereas a belief's being " inside" a person carries no such clarity, and the other points all hinge on a mentalistic view of categories, language, and meaning.
Some of the behavior included in seeing a robin might be saying, " Look, there's a robin" or or see a robin" or responding "Yes" when someone else asks whether r see the robin. In the molar view, these are not reports on private events; they are simply parts of the (public) activity seeing a robin. Rachlin's discussion of feeling pain touches on a phenomenon that most people would consider a private sensing event. The molar view of feeling pain resembles the molar view of seeing a robin. Feeling pain in the leg includes such behavior as pointing to it, clutching it, limping, and talking about it.
An Outline of Psychoanalysis by Freud Sigmund