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  1. Thinking on Reality: Metzger and the Rejection of the “Eleatic Postulate”1.Riccardo Luccio - 2022 - Gestalt Theory 44 (3):263-278.
    In 1940, Wolfgang Metzger began a profound reflection on the meaning of the phenomenological approach to Gestalt psychology, which had its starting point in the rejection of what he called the “Eleatic” or “Eleatic–Rationalistic Postulate,” that is, the notion that, in his opinion, had dominated Western scientific and philosophical thought of the past centuries, according to which any assertion about the state of things that could lead to self-contradictory conclusions had to be considered unfounded. On the basis of this rejection (...)
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