For Tylor as for Wundt, totemism is only a particular case of the cult of animals.
After psycho-physics, psycho-physiology was introduced by Wundt.
Wundt presents a standpoint not quite so pronounced, but which looks in the same direction.
I can well understand why Wundt should make his compatriots impatient.
Is association by resemblance, which Wundt calls internal, strictly speaking, an elementary law?
I admit that Spencer is occasionally more amusing than Wundt.
Wundt has revolutionised your conception of psychology; your scientific and historical methods are borrowed from us.
These aspects, Wundt insists, must be sharply distinguished.
But even more than to Wundt, the teacher, is the world indebted to Wundt, the investigator and the writer.
Men like Paulsen and Wundt do not hesitate to call Fechner master.
Wundt (vunt), Wilhelm. 1832-1920.
German physiologist who founded the first experimental psychology laboratory. HisPrinciples of Physiological Psychology (1873-1874) is considered a classic text.