03 Jan 2019

Lloyd Morgan’s Canon

The principle, suggested by the British COMPARATIVE PSYCHOLOGIST Lloyd Morgan in 1894. that any interpretation of an animal’s BEHAVIOUR must be the simplest possible to account for what is observed. Thus an explanation requiring a higher psychological functioning should not be offered if a lower will suffice. A special case of OCCAM’S RAZOR.

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