Sigmund Freud Quote

The view is often defended that sciences should be built up on clear and sharply defined basal concepts. In actual fact no science, not even the most exact, begins with such definitions. The true beginning of scientific activity consists rather in describing phenomena and then in proceeding to group, classify and correlate them.


Collected Papers... (ed. 1950)

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The view is often defended that sciences should be built up on clear and sharply defined basal concepts. In actual fact no science, not even the most ...

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The view is often defended that sciences should be built up on clear and sharply defined basal concepts. In actual fact no science, not even the most ...

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The view is often defended that sciences should be built up on clear and sharply defined basal concepts. In actual fact no science, not even the most ...

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The view is often defended that sciences should be built up on clear and sharply defined basal concepts. In actual fact no science, not even the most ...