CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY CHANGE

SERIES III. ASIA, VOLUME 6


PSYCHOLOGY, PHENOMENOLOGY and CHINESE PHILOSOPHY

 

CHINESE PHILOSOPHICAL STUDIES, VI

edited by

VINCENT SHEN

RICHARD KNOWLES

TRAN VAN DOAN

CONTENTS

PREFACE 

 

FOREWORD

INTRODUCTION

PART I. The Person and the Human Sciences

Chapter 1. Sciences, Psychology and Realism

Fritz Wallner, Kurt Durnwalder  

Chapter 2. The Primacy of Action and Its Scientific Consequences for the Hermeneutics of the Human Sciences

G.B. Madison

Chapter 3. Philosophical Notions of the Person

George F. McLean

PART II. Phenomenology and Psychology

Chapter 4. Plurality in Social Psychology

Rolf Von Eckartsberg  

Chapter 5. Phenomenology and Psychology Before and After the Phenomenological Reduction

Cheng-Yun Tsai  

Chapter 6. Lao-Tze and Husserl: a Comparative Study of Lao-Tze's Method of Negation and Husserl's Epoché

Peter Kun-Yu Woo  

PART III. Phenomenology and Human Consciousness

Chapter 7. Human Being and "Abgrund"

Chan Wing-Chuek  

Chapter 8. Confucian Hsin and Its Twofold Functions: Psychological Aspects of Confucian Moral Philosophy, with an Excursus on Heidegger's Later Thought

Thaddeus T'ui-Chieh Hang  

Chapter 9. Structure, Meaning and Critique

Vincent Shen  

Chapter 10. Affective Difference: Sense and Singular Otherness

Ghislaine Florival  

PART IV. Psychology as a Human Science

Chapter 11. An Exploration of Social Noesis

Tran Van Doan  

Chapter 12. The Significance for Psychotherapy for Psychology as a Human Science

Charles Maes  

Chapter 13. The Significance of Phenomenological Thought for the Development of Research Methods in Psychology at Duquesne University

William F. Fischer  

Chapter 14. Towards a Human Scientific Approach to Developmental Psychology

Richard T. Knowles

 

Acknowledgements

 



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