Psychology from an empirical standpoint
At the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth, psychology and philosophy stood in a very close relationship, although it was not always an untroubled one. They did so especially in the German-speaking countries, as testified by the so-called controversy on the psychology of thought, which involved several schools.
KeywordsImmanent Realism Mental Phenomenon Emphasis Mine Genetic Psychology Quantitative Part
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