Scottish philosopher Alexander Bain, father of psychology published Mind and Body: The Theories of Their Relation in 1873 described theories of voluntary and spontaneous behavior, compound and constructive mental association. Bain first observed behavior resulting repetition of pleasurable consequences tends versus non-repetitive behavior resulting in painful consequences.
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… the great mass of the learned, are subject. Mind and Body. The Theories of their Relation. By Alexander Bain, Professor of Logic in the University of Aberdeen.
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The mind–body problem is a debate concerning the relationship between thought and … His posited relation between mind and body is called Cartesian dualism or substance dualism. He held … of the third-world (Maxwell’s electromagnetic theory) by the second-world mind to suggest modifications of the external first world.