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It not only assumes that the parts are inconsequential, but furthermore, that they, for some fundamental reason, are inaccessible. The term Gestalt is, therefore, basically a holistic or molar concept. It ignores the role for features in exactly the opposite sense that the term configuration is, at its most primitive roots, elementalist. Whereas, configuration instantiates the concept of parts and gives a kind of preempirical credibility and influence to them, Gestalt eschews parts in favor of some kind of a yet-to-bedefined global property or metric.

It not only assumes that the parts are inconsequential, but furthermore, that they, for some fundamental reason, are inaccessible. The term Gestalt is, therefore, basically a holistic or molar concept. It ignores the role for features in exactly the opposite sense that the term configuration is, at its most primitive roots, elementalist. Whereas, configuration instantiates the concept of parts and gives a kind of preempirical credibility and influence to them, Gestalt eschews parts in favor of some kind of a yet-to-bedefined global property or metric.

Nevertheless, all are immediately "recognized" or "conceptualized" as members of a particular class. Obviously this is because of some configurational aspect that transcends the natureof the particular individual parts that make up each form. It is this universal overall propertyanalogous to the Platonic and Aristotelian form-that ties them together within the confines of a single rubric. His assertion that form persists indefinitely both before and after the life time of the object5must be considered asomewhat extreme, andfrom the point of view of a contemporaryphysicalist materialism, an unsatisfactory part of the defi'The form of an object can be preserved in some other medium (a drawing or a story) but the notion of an independent existence of a form without some instantiating medium is what was being proposed here.

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