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Ebook Psikologi Perkembangan Hurlock 2022




hypothesis As a sequel to the first book, Chapters 10–17 contain a comprehensive description of the mind, and in particular the mind of a normal adult human being. Throughout this chapter and the next, Hurlock states that the psyche is composed of an autocrat and a democrat. That is, the autocrat is to rule, and the democrat is to obey. This chapter of the book contains a general discussion of logic. Hurlock seems to be an advocate of the many-valued logic, for he speaks of an "inconsistency theory of truth" which in other books of his is called "propositional logic". He also considers and rejects what has been called non-realism, i.e., an approach that considers only real things to exist, and thereby dismisses all propositions. Hurlock also rejects all approaches that are not objective, which is often called subjectivism, and in this he seems to be leaning towards idealism. He also gives examples of why propositions and language are inevitable. One example of this is the fact that people make error with the use of propositions and propositions are formulated in language. Hurlock points out that propositions are the best way of explaining the world, as is the case in science. This chapter of the book also contains a discussion of Cartesian dualism. Hurlock makes a distinction between two types of thinking – one is located in the brain and the other is located in the body. The body thinks in the ways of objects and as such, the brain is to rule the body and thoughts. He also makes the point that our body is the subject of our thinking and as such, it is a question of recognizing this fact. In this chapter of the book, Hurlock makes the point that we are not objects in a void but in a world. That is, we are entities in a world. Furthermore, we are part of the world around us. This approach to thinking is also described as the theory of substantial form. In the second part of this book, Chapters 18–28, Hurlock presents a general discussion of perception. He argues that it is impossible to ascertain whether or not perception is veridical, in other words, whether or not perception is true perception. He says that it is impossible to tell whether or not perception is veridical, because, if it were true perception, it would be an objective knowledge, but if it were false perception, it would be no knowledge at all. But, if it is not veridical, it




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