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A humanities approach to the psychology of personhood

A humanities approach to the psychology of personhood

Material type
단행본
Personal Author
Sugarman, Jeff, 1955-, editor. Martin, Jack, 1950-, editor.
Title Statement
A humanities approach to the psychology of personhood / edited by Jeff Sugarman & Jack Martin.
Publication, Distribution, etc
Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY : Routledge, 2020.
Physical Medium
x, 122 p. ; 23 cm.
Series Statement
Advances in theoritical and philosophical psychology
ISBN
9780367278359 (hardback)
요약
"In this insightful set of essays, the concept of the psychological humanities is defined and explored. A clear rationale is provided for its necessity in the study and understanding of the individual and identity in a discipline that is largely occupied by empirical studies that report aggregated data and its analysis. Contributors to this volume are leading scholars in theoretical psychology who believe that psychology must be about persons and their lives. In these essays, they draw from a variety of disciplines that include art, literature, life writing, and history to make a case for the psychological humanities. A final chapter provides a critical commentary on the value of the psychological humanities. It is argued that psychology must draw on the knowledge and practices of the humanities, as well as the sciences and social sciences, in order to attain a greater understanding of personhood. This book is aimed at upper level undergraduate and postgraduate students and scholars of psychology, particularly theoretical psychology, philosophy of the mind, and those from a humanities background interested in exploring the concept of the psychological humanities"--
Bibliography, Etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Subject Added Entry-Topical Term
Paychology --Philosophy. Humanities. Humanistic psychology.
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Contents information

Author Introduction

Jack Martin(엮은이)

Jeff Sugarman(엮은이)

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Table of Contents

Foreword


Thomas Teo





1. Introduction to a Humanities Approach to the Psychology of Personhood


Jeff Sugarman and Jack Martin





2. The Message in the Medium: Knowing the Psychological through Art


Kathleen Slaney





3. Psychology as Literature: Narrative Knowing and the Project of the Psychological Humanities


Mark Freeman





4. Methods of Life Writing for a Psychology of Persons


Jack Martin





5. Personhood through the Lens of Radical-Transformative Agency


Anna Stetsenko





6. Historical Ontology Exemplifying a Psychological Humanities of Personhood


Jeff Sugarman





7. Challenges for a Psychological Humanities


Suzanne Kirschner





Index

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