Mintea ca obiect al cercetării experimentale. Poziția lui Maiorescu

Studii de Istorie a Filosofiei Românești 16:150-162 (2020)
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ABSTRACT: Titu Maiorescu had a special relationship with psychology under the influence of both Kant and Herbart. The following study presents Maiorescu’s answers to the main issues raised by the materialism controversy that broke out in Germany in the mid-1850s century, at a time when he was writing and defending his doctoral thesis in Giessen. Most of these issues were related to the mind–body liaison and the capability of science to explain the mind. KEYWORDS: materialism controversy; mind–body relationship; psychology and metaphysics; materialism vs, spiritualism; transcendental idealism.

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Mona Mamulea
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