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Phenomenology and the science of behaviour : an historical and epistemological approach / Georges Thinès.


London ; Boston : G. Allen and Unwin, 1977.
ISBN 9780041210187, 0041210182

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Subjects Fenomenologische psychologie.
Geschichte.
Phänomenologie.
Phenomenological psychology.
Philosophie.
Psychologie -- Philosophie.
Psychologie expérimentale.
Psychologie phénoménologique.
Psychologie.
Psychology and philosophy.
Psychology, Experimental.
Series Advances in psychology series.
Description 174 pages ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1977.
Notes Includes indexes.
Includes bibliographical references (pages 155-168).
Contents 1. Objectivity and methodological transposition -- 2. The observer and the facts -- 3. Pure phenomenology and phenomenological psychology -- 4. Some basic propositions -- 5. Misinterpretations of phenomenology -- 6. Main topics of this book -- Introduction -- 1. Technical knowledge volume individual experience -- 2. The embodiment -- 3. Dualism and its consequences -- 4. The a priori in the epistemological framework -- Chapter 1: Biology and Culture in Objective Psychology -- 1. The historical perspective and the a priori -- 2. Objectivity as a construct -- 3. The abandonment of subjectivity -- 4. The cultural origin of psychological concepts -- 5. Reductionism and intuitive biology -- 6. Clinical cases and scientific phenomena -- 7. Subjectivity volume subjectivism -- 8. The time-perspective in psychology -- Chapter 2: The Development of Phenomenology -- 1. Empirical and experimental psychology -- 2. Franz Brentano: the founding intentionality -- 3. The meaning of experience -- 4. Phenomenal existence -- 5. The description of psychic phenomena -- 6. The positivism of Ernst Mach -- 7. Form qualities and object theory -- 8. Stumpf's experimental phenomenology -- 9. James Ward's system of Act psychology -- 10. Husserl's influence on Gestalt psychology -- 11. Numbers and Structures -- 12. Gestalt psychology reconsidered -- 13. The phenomenological volume the biological standpoint -- Chapter 3: The Physiology of the Behavioural Field -- 1. Sherrington: the founding of the biology of behaviour -- 2. Central nervous integration -- 3. The anatomical basis of behaviour structures -- 4. Distance-receptors and precurrent reactions -- 5. Subjective space-time -- 6. The body as part of the exteroceptive field -- 7. Perceptual structures from the evolutionary perspective -- 8. Sherrington's teachings and the phenomenological standpoint -- Chapter 4: Philosophical and Psychological Realism -- 1. A critical analysis of classical psychology -- 2. The myth of substantialism -- 3. Striving towards the 'concrete' -- 4. The postulate of conventional meaning 5. Psychoanalysis and the concrete subject -- 6. An epistemological appraisal of concrete psychology -- 7. Epistemology and ideology -- Chapter 5: Phenomenological Psychology and the Biological Standpoint -- 1. The life-world -- 2. Husserl's first characterisation of phenomenological psychology -- 3. Further Husserlian analyses of phenomenological psychology -- 4. The problem of 'foreign subjectivity' -- 5. The historical nature of man's life-world -- 6. The dual meaning of phenomenological psychology -- 7. Reduction and the scientific standpoint -- Chapter 6: Phenomenological Psychology in Actual Practice -- 1. The methodological problem -- 2. Phenomenological experimental psychology -- 3. Stumpf's acoustical and musical investigations -- 4. The experimental phenomenology of David Katz -- 5. Michotte's conception of experimental phenomenology -- 6. The anthropological physiology of Buytendijk -- 7. Intersubjectivity as an ethological problem -- 8. Subjective phenomena as seen by ethologists -- Concluding Remarks.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3578926
(OCoLC)ocm03578926
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WorldCat Identities Thinès, Georges, 1923-
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