(Boardroom Books, New York 1984)
by Michael Hewitt-Gleeson
Chapter Nine, Page 77
“Recently, in a television interview, the host asked me, “What is an important new area for scientific research?” I suggested the time may have come to define a new area for scientific theory and technical research, which I would call cognitive physics. Cognitive physicists would try to understand the nature of how humans try to understand. They would investigate how humans create the worlds in which they live; how humans create explanations for those things that they need explanations for; and what humans can do to improve on these methods.
“In addition, cognitive physicists would explore the cognos as quantum physicists now explore the cosmos: What is the cognos? What does the cognos do? Of what is the cognos constructed? How big is the cognos? And much more.”