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The sensuous intellect. The book chronicles the events of the week long Sensoria festival of design education held in Melbourne in July 2004. The publication explores this contemporary fascination with the ‘sensuous intellect' through contributions by philosophers, theorists, academics and art and design practitioners.
This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Alexander Bain, Scottish philosopher and educationalist, was an early proponent of scientific psychology. Along with his friend, John Stuart Mill, Bain was a major proponent of the British school of empiricism: a theory which based all knowledge on basic sensory experiences and not on introspection. Bain's philosophical and scientific writings were completed during his twenty years as a professor at Aberdeen