Philosophy and Psychology
A look at the concept of philosophy and how it interacts with psychology in the understanding of human behavior.
# 3147 | 1,430 words | 4 sources | 2001
Published on Sep 10, 2003 in Psychology (Behaviorism) , Psychology (Freud) , Psychology (Jung) , Psychology (Piaget) , Psychology (Rogers) , Psychology (Social) , Philosophy (Logic)
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This paper discusses various schools of psychological theory and how they relate to a person?s philosophical outlook.
From the Paper:"Modern psychology has developed theories significantly and successfully supporting the way a person knows the world outside themselves, their minds and their own sphere; using appropriate psychological theories with similar philosophical reasoning can lead to not only a better understanding of how an individual knows and comes to know the world, but to understanding that level of perception and why they may or may not act in accordance with philosophical consistency in a way that will be of their benefit and society (the world) as a whole."
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