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Novels And Scientific Psychology

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“We will always learn more about human life and human personality from novels than from scientific psychology."- Noam Chomsky. To what extent do you agree or disagree? Everyday we, as human beings learn something new about ourselves. Especially through the advances in critical thinking and intellectual thought in psychology and literature. Chomsky's study's of language has affected the philosophy of language and mind, by influencing other intellectuals. We use knowledge and psychology to learn about human life and human personality. When approaching a statement concerning human psychology and literature, matters of human knowledge, human life and human personality arise. Both novels and scientific psychology allows us to understand and analyze human perception, emotion, reason and language. In a statement like this you have to look at this objectively, in what ways to we learn about humanity from scientific psychology and novels? Scientific psychology attempts to put a ...

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