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Kelly G. A. (1964) The language of hypothesis: Man’s psychological instrument. Journal of Individual Psychology 20(2): 137–152. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/3992
Vaihinger’s “as if” philosophy has value for psychology. Language need not be employed objectively nor phenomenologically. It can be used invitationally – ”a verb could be cast in a form which would suggest to the listener that a certain novel interpretation of an object might be entertained.”

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