By Sybe J. S. Terwee (auth.), Sybe J. S. Terwee (eds.)
In the chapters which stick to, i'll speak about quite a few topics from a theoretical-psychological standpoint. even though the dialogue are usually not limited to a unmarried self-discipline, yet levels from experimental psychology to psychoanalysis, in every one case the focal point of awareness is the clinical prestige of the theories scrutinized. previous models of 4 of the chapters were released somewhere else. bankruptcy 1, "Psychology and Philosophy of Science", is an multiplied model of a Dutch paper written for Van Strien and Van Rappard's quantity at the foundations of psychology, Grondvragen van de Psychologie. bankruptcy 2, "The Early Reception of Psychoanalysis", has seemed in a virtually exact shape in Bem and Rappard's (1988) quantity, experiences within the background of the Social Sciences five. bankruptcy three, "The Case of Johannes Linschoten's Apostasy: Phenomenological as opposed to Empiri cal-Analytical Psychology", is an elaboration of the Dutch article, "Het essentialisme van Johannes Linschoten", released in Psychologie en Maatschappij in 1987. The substance of this bankruptcy is significantly various from the sooner paper. bankruptcy four, "Rhetorical research and the query of Relativism", used to be released in basically an analogous shape in a quantity edited via W. Baker et aI, contemporary developments in Theoretical Psychology (1988). it really is in response to an trade of arguments with Kenneth J. Gergen on the 1987 assembly of the overseas Society for Theoretical Psychology in Banff, Canada.
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Sigmund Freud Contents: 1. Introduction 2. Freud's Reception in Psychiatry 3. Criticisms: Karl Kraus, Karl Popper, Arthur Schnitzler 4. A. Grtinbaum and Ludwig Wittgenstein 5. Conclusions 1. Introduction Freud's own view on the reception of his ideas has always been that they were received in an atmosphere of hostility. Psychoanalysis was either ignored or rejected. After a period of splendid isolation, from 1904 on he recruited a small but growing group of followers who formed his only point of security in a hostile world.
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