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The biologically ―given‖ for Mach are for instance the asymmetries in perception between ―up‖ and ―down‖, ―far‖ and ―near‖ and – a little less asymmetrical but also slightly so – ―left‖ and ―right‖. ‖ (Mach 1905, p. 111) Visual sensations gain their seeming dominance only later in childhood. Our Euclidean heritage for instance gives us a strong intuition of the dominance of visual sensation in geometry. Mach (1914, p. ‖ Later Uexkuell (1957) has experimentally investigated the genetic question of the development of human spatial sensations in detail in relation to animals.
E. the measurements, calculations and apparatus, which the so called third-person perspective is mainly built upon. This is basically the same criticism, which the proponents of the third-person perspective in psychology use in the first place, only here it is applied metapsychological. As both epistemologies are ―aimed‖ at dissolving an inherently dualist concept of consciousness, at least part of the way might be less different than it seems initially. This is because we secondly want to observe inconsistencies of the concept of consciousness by introspection, so seen from its own perspective (in this respect it confirms to the third-person perspective).
So the outcome is a fundamental deconstruction and reconstruction of a whole set of scientific ideas. This process can require several generations of researchers. Only from the end of the process results a new ―shiny‖ theory. From the genetic point of view, the process of initial scientific concept formation – the status nascendi71 – is the most important and decisive part of the whole process, even though the most impressive developments tend to happen later. Seemingly small metaphysical conventions in the beginning, such as Newton‘s absolute and independent space and time, can have large effects on the interpretation of a theory.
Advances in Psychology Research. Volume 72 by Alexandra M. Columbus