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Wittgenstein’s “Forms of Life”: A Cultural Template for Psychology

  • Joseph Margolis

Abstract

The whole of psychology is in search of an orientation. Developmental psychology can hardly be the least of its sub-disciplines in this respect.

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Psychological Development Human Language Human Science Methodological Individualism Social Existence 
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