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Such a designation is a prescription which indicates the present historians' bias towards a theoretical rather than an experimental image of psychology in its emerging period. The paradigm wQich this volume will develop for the work in the period will better accommodate the span between experiment and theory which presently forces such work into the shadows without an independent assessment of its scope and quality. The revaluation of these figures must start with the fundamental question of their goals in developing their hardware, as well as suggesting their relationship within the scientific paradigm of their age.
Foucault stresses the importance of cultural identity for a paradigm and of the social and institutional role it plays, as a variant of Woodward and Ash's desiderata for the social history of psychology. Another French Freud scholar, Paul Ricoeur, stresses that the location or nexus in which the discourse of psychoanalysis functions is that of culture: This is how psychoanalysis belongs to modem culture. By interpreting culture it modifies it; by giving it an instrument of reflection it stamps it with a lasting mark.
3) Emil du Bois-Reymond succeeded Miiller as professor of physiology in Berlin and is known mainly for his experiments on animal electricity using galvanometers. His name is encountered most frequently among the ranks of practicing experimentalists in the middle of the nineteenth century. These three teachers, extremely visible in their own day, are today relegated to the ranks of developers of useful hardware for the psychological laboratory. Such a designation is a prescription which indicates the present historians' bias towards a theoretical rather than an experimental image of psychology in its emerging period.