5 edition of Elmer Gates and the art of mind-using. found in the catalog.
Elmer Gates and the art of mind-using.
Donald Edson Gates
|LC Classifications||BF639 .G19|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 540 p.|
|Number of Pages||540|
|LC Control Number||74114058|
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There are. and the Art of Mind-Using DONALD EDSON GATES Illustrated Elmer Gates was a unique man: inventor, psychologist, philosopher.
His lifelong interest was the study of the human mind and how the mind can be improved for the betterment of the world.
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Find more information about: ISBN: Elmer R. Gates (), the son of Jacob and Phoebe Goetz, American scientist and inventor; born near Dayton, Ohio, died in Washington, D.C. Although a prolific inventor, Gates considered himself to be a psychologist. He applied scientific experiment to introspection and used invention to examine the processes by which the mind discovers new knowledge.
Looking back over his life in one of his frequent analyses, Elmer Gates and the art of mind-using. book Gates, in (at age 51) summarized it thus: "If the mind that I inherited from The All enabled me to attain to these discoveries, it was because I was able to discover an art of mind-using; and if I could not have caught the fundamental insight, it undoubtedly would have been.
The Scientific Method of Elmer Gates. Lee Humphries. Quite famous in his day, the American scientist Elmer R. Gates () was a virtuoso inventor. His better known inventions include the foam fire extinguisher, an improved electric iron, a climate-controlling.
Elmer R. Gates ( – ), the son of Jacob and Phoebe Goetz, American scientist and inventor; born near Dayton, Ohio, died in Washington, D.C. Gates’s inventions include the foam fire extinguisher, an improved electric iron, an aseptic brewing and fermenting process, electric loom mechanisms, diamagnetic and magnetic separators for extracting gold from sand, an incandescent gas mantle.
Gates devoted his life to the study of the Art of Mind-Using, or "psychurgy," as he named it. Elmer favored practical scientific exploration, rather than theory and speculation, formulating the "law of conscious knowing" which contrasts with magical thinking or faith based reality.
Gates, D. Elmer Gates and the Art of Mind-Using, Exposition Press, ISBN Gates, E; the Relations and Development of the Mind and Brain, Theosophical Society, Gates, ality: German.
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An Elmer Gates postscript. The above article was written in Five years later, I located a fascinating psychological study of Elmer Gates, compiled by his son: Donald Edson Gates, Elmer Gates and the Art of Mind-Using, (Jericho, NY: Exposition Press, ). Elmer Gates and the Art of Mind-Using (p.
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Gates, Donald. Elmer Gates and the Art of Mind-Using. New York: Exposition Press, Inc., A biography written by Elmer Gates's son, Donald Gates, focusing on Elmer Gates's ideas about psychurgy.
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This study led him to “psychotaxis,” the integrated hierarchy of sensory discriminations required to create a valid and complete mental representation of a given part of the physical world. Psychotaxis is a major component of “psychurgy”, Gates’ art of mind-using, which he regarded as an improved scientific method.
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Nothing could be further from the truth. Elmer Gates in His Own Words - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free. — Elmer Gates and the Art of Mind-Using, p. whose functioning will surpass the menta tion of a book-bred or school- drilled brain whose structures are ataxic and asymmetric.
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