chapter  III
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REPRESENTATIVE TYPES OF THEORY

During the last quarter of the nineteenth century the more eminent psychologists uniformly complain that the subject of feelings is the most obscure part of the science. For many reasons this subject steadily acquires importance as the century draws to a close, and it may usefully be re­ garded as one of the directing lines in the historical develop­ ment. For this reason a few pages will be devoted to the

REPRESENTATIVE TYPES OF THEORY

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attem pt made by Horwicz to construct a psychology entirely on the basis of feeling.