"Behaviorism is not the science of human behavior; it is the philosophy of that science. Some of the questions it asks are these: Is such a science really possible? Can it account for every aspect of human behavior? What methods can it use? Are its laws as valid as those of physics and biology? Will it lead to a technology, and if so, what role will it play in human affairs? Particularly important is its bearing on earlier treatments of the same subject. Human behavior is the most familiar feature of the world in which people live, and more must have been said about it than any other thing; how much of what has been said is worth saving?"
About Behaviorism - B. F. Skinner - Vintage Books - A Division of Random House - New York
This book is in very good condition, with only minimal signs of age. Copyright and printed in 1964. Approximately 7" by 4", 291 pages long.
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