Advances in Psychology Research. Volume 72 by Alexandra M. Columbus

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This is increasingly hiding the intuitive process of the status nascendi for internal as well as external analysis of concepts. 72 As this opens several possible paths and time-layers, several points of view have to be used simultaneously and their results combined into a consistent whole. This methodology also requires a deliberate training of one‘s intuition for keeping the habits of thoughts open to several alternatives. As we saw in the example of Titchener, one can seemingly train the habit (intuitive method) of one‘s own thoughts in this methodological direction.

G. investments) involving a temporary reduction of the result. ‖ (James 1904; 1967, p. 182) ―But a last cry of non possumus will probably go up from many readers. ―All very pretty as a piece of ingenuity,‖ they will say, ―but our consciousness itself intuitively contradicts you. We, for our part, know that we are conscious. We feel our thought, flowing as a life within us, in absolute contrast with the objects which it so unremittingly escorts. We can not be faithless to this immediate intuition.

Also historically, he finds mathematicians with similar experiences, for instance Gauss. W. Beth. Beth additionally enquired independently on the related genetic questions. ‖ (Beth & Piaget 1966, p. 90) For him mainly the third reaction leads to the Poincarétian process. Apart from Poincaré, another example of intuition in mathematics is outstanding. On the one hand it is very old and on the other, it leads to a more general view on the question of intuition in science: Archimedes (1972, p. 383) in his ―Method― describes for Eratosthenes the ―[…] peculiarity of a certain method, by which it will be possible for you to get a start to enable you to investigate some of the problems in mathematics by means of mechanics.

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