chapter  5
Psychology and Education
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WE STILL have some way to go to clarify the argument of this book (even if it's false). This is not because the argument is so complicated-indeed it can be put in the form of a simple syllogism:

Major premise. Psychological theories can have implications for education only if they describe constraints on our nature. Minor premise. No psychological theory at present describes constraints on our nature. Conclusion. Psychological theories at present have no implications for education.