La psychologie empirique et son historicisation pendant l'Aufklärung

@article{Vidal2000LaPE,
  title={La psychologie empirique et son historicisation pendant l'Aufkl{\"a}rung},
  author={F. Vidal},
  journal={Revue D'histoire Des Sciences Humaines},
  year={2000},
  volume={2},
  pages={29-56}
}
  • F. Vidal
  • Published 2000
  • Philosophy
  • Revue D'histoire Des Sciences Humaines
Pendant le XVIIIeme siecle en Allemagne, la psychologie empirique atteint un degre d’autonomie considerable. Dans le systeme des connaissances, la science naturelle de l’âme unie au corps se detache de la pneumatologie pour devenir une discipline de base de l’anthropologie, ou « science de l’homme ». Quant a sa presence dans la culture bourgeoise et dans les institutions academiques, la psychologie empirique s’elabore dans des genres « populaires » (essais, romans, revues) et en meme temps s… Expand
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