William James and phenomenology; a study of The principles of psychology.

Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1968] .

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Subjects Fenomenologie.
Fenomenologische psychologie.
James, William, 1842-1910
James, William, 1842-1910. Principles of psychology.
James, William.
Phänomenologische Psychologie.
Principles of psychology (James, William)
Description xi, 251 pages 25 cm
Copyright Date [1968]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 226-230).
Contents Why a phenomenological psychology? -- James's dualistic program for a natural scientific psychology and its failure -- The puzzling opening of "The principles of psychology" -- Initial difficulties of psychophysical dualism: inadequacy of causal theory for the specification of mental states -- Further difficulties of dualism: the stream of thought -- The phenomenological breakthrough in James's psychology: psychology as field and horizon as well as stream -- James's conception of the self: phenomenology in embryo -- Phenomenology: intentionality and worldliness of thought -- Conclusion: toward philosophy of mind and reconciliation of natural science and phenomenology.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)336620
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WorldCat Identities Wilshire, Bruce W.
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