Topic: William James and the “great blooming, buzzing confusion”

William James (the Psychologist) once described the sensory world of a newborn infant as a “great blooming, buzzing confusion.”

Is this correct?

If not, state the evidence.

If so, when does the world cease to be so confusing (how would we know)?

Make sure to use my textbook as one source:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/12tWehPhEX_mYWREhZtTf9-LFU2mAPt3Z/view

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