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Philosophy

Western Kentucky University

1981

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Analogues Between The Homeric & Preoperational Conceptions Of Mind, Robert Taylor Nov 1981

Analogues Between The Homeric & Preoperational Conceptions Of Mind, Robert Taylor

Masters Theses & Specialist Projects

Jean Piaget and Eric Havelock are two writers who have essentially identical conceptions of the nature and development of ideas and the mind. This essential identity is the case even though Piaget is studying the cognitive development of the individual preoperational child, while Havelock is studying the development of the Homeric Greek mind and ideas in relation to the oral processes of communication which existed in Homeric Greece. Both the Homeric and the preoperational conceptions of the mind are examined in regard to the content and form of their ideas, as well as to the mechanisms of their development.

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Ua12/2/1 February Magazine, Wku Student Affairs Feb 1981

Ua12/2/1 February Magazine, Wku Student Affairs

WKU Archives Records

Special issue of the College Heights Herald featuring these articles:

  • Kirtley, Marian. No Solace in Change
  • Wheeler, Fred. Guy’s & Dolls – Billiards
  • Pinkston, Janet. An Ordered Life – St. Mark’s Priory
  • Bloss, Lou. Service Experience – Veterans