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Title: Filozofia a psychologia : próba charakterystyki problemu
Authors: Noras, Andrzej J.
Keywords: psychologism; philosophy; Marburg post-Kantian School; criticism; Husserl
Issue Date: 2017
Citation: Idea. Studia nad strukturą i rozwojem pojęć filozoficznych, T. 29, nr. 1 (2017), s. 5-23
Abstract: The relationship between psychology and philosophy is one of the most important problems of the philosophy of the nineteenth century, in which it reveals itself twice. It is the first time in the post-Kantian philosophy and is associated with such thinkers as Jakob Friedrich Fries, Friedrich Eduard Beneke, Johann Friedrich Herbart and Jürgen Bona Meyer. The second time in the late nineteenth century, when the problem of psychologism arises. Apart from pointing out the radical antipsychology of the Marburg Neokantian School, there are two controversies. The first one is a discussion between Wilhelm Dilthey and Hermann Ebbinghaus, the second one is a criticism of psychologism by Edmund Husserl. This is interesting because Husserl's understanding of psychology is directly related to his reference to the representative of the Marburg School, Paul Natorp.
ISSN: 0860-4487
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