Perhaps, but everyone who wants to understand the nature of illusion should be familiar with his basic findings. Essential he was the first to examine how the structure of the cognitive model of the external world forms in stages during childhood, including the notion of a self and an external world.


On Oct 17, 2008, at 9:23 AM, Jackson Masters wrote:

Edgar Owen > This is important re the nature of consciousness as it
extends the early work of Piaget in studying how the representation
of the world arises and develops in childhood. >

Piaget? Talk about OLD-SCHOOL. who even studies that any more???

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