Philosophical Psychology [Book Review]

Philosophical Studies (Dublin) 7:205-208 (1957)
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This is a textbook of Scholastic psychology with “a short, simple survey and critical evaluation of the most important data of contemporary experimental and dynamic psychology.” It has six sections, the first an introduction to philosophical psychology; then parts one and two deal respectively with plant and animal life. Parts three, four and five deal respectively with human sense life, human rational life and man as a person, each part having two sections, empirical and a philosophical. There are some footnotes, valuable suggestions for reading, a general bibliography and an index.



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