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Atomism and Atelic Conceptualization 'Sometimes we see an elephant, and sometimes we do not.' Alfred North Whitehead

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In order to understand the aim of this brief account, we must first acknowledge this statement: That every experience can be analysed and understood as a theoretical entity. The theorization of experience is only the outcome of what appears to be the History of the Philosophy of Experience, a History in which we meet John Locke, John Dewey, William James, E.B Holt, Bertrand Russell, and A.N. Whitehead.
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Document Type: Research Article

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Publication date: 2010-01-01

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