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A branch of psychology interested in the basic structure and elements of consciousness.
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While a number of the approaches to these problems clearly have taken on board important changes in formal philosophy of science (the move to the structuralist view of theories, for example) and are at times sharply critical of certain views put forward by Carnap and Reichenbach, the authors clearly exhibit a commonality of purpose with the logical empiricists.
Chapter 15 examines micro aspects of the labor market, especially saving and shirking, that are fundamental to the structuralist view.
In the structuralist view, the sexually oriented nature of the material could not be judged in isolation from its use in the particular work setting.