bear not to be a god? Consequently, there are no gods.” This was Friedrich Nietzsche’s argument for being atheist. He called himself “the anti-Christ”, and even wrote a book by that title. A few of the themes that have received the most attention include his view on morality, his statement, “God is dead”, and his ideas to power and the Ubermensch, and his theory of eternal return. Each book that he wrote summarized his theories, and each one was also an attack on faith. Nietzsche says, “In heaven
July 1856 – 2 November 1950) was an Irish playwright and a co-founder of the London School of Economics. Although his first profitable writing was music and literary criticism, in which capacity he wrote many highly articulate pieces of journalism, his main talent was for drama, and he wrote more than 60 plays. He was also an essayist, novelist and short story writer. Nearly all his writings address prevailing social problems, but have a vein of comedy which makes their stark themes more palatable
Paradoxical Relationship with Female Psychologists 274 Psychology’s Goals 275 xii TABLE OF CONTENTS Titchener’s Use of Introspection Mental Elements 276 Law of Combination 276 275 Neurological Correlates of Mental Events Context Theory of Meaning The Decline of Structuralism 277 277 277 Other Early Approaches to Psychology Franz Clemens Brentano 278 Carl Stumpf 280 Edmund Husserl 281 Oswald Külpe 283 Hans Vaihinger 285 Hermann Ebbinghaus 286 278 Chapter 10 The Darwinian Influence
Mulk Raj Anand (12 December 1905 – 28 September 2004) was an Indian writer inEnglish, notable for his depiction of the lives of the poorer castes in traditional Indian society. One of the pioneers of Indo-Anglian fiction, he, together with R. K. Narayan,Ahmed Ali and Raja Rao, was one of the first India-based writers in English to gain an international readership. Born in Peshawar, he studied at Khalsa College, Amritsar, before moving to England where he attended University College London as
particularly to my understanding and patient sister, Camille, who has put up with these many years of research, sharing with me every risk and sacrifice required to complete it. I must also thank the gentleman I found along the way, Guilhem, who has given me his fullest support and has been patiently bearing with my hectic schedule. Finally, I dedicate this work to my late grandfather, Lucien Pujade and my late grandmothers, Simone Pujade and Suzanne Gros, both of whom would have loved to see this dissertation
to probability theory. The Black Swan is a landmark book—itself a black swan. has devoted his life to immersing himself in problems of luck, uncertainty, probability, and knowledge. Part literary essayist, part empiricist, part no-nonsense mathematical trader, he is currently taking a break by serving as the Dean's Professor in the Sciences of Uncer tainty at the University of Massachusetts at Amherst. His last book, the bestseller Fooled by Randomness, has been published in twenty lan guages.