Dyck begins in chapter one with Christian Wolffs rational psychology, showing that it is not narrowly rationalistic, but is a "mixed science" in which the results of empirical psychology
can serve as premises in the philosophical demonstrations of rational psychology.
This leads him to the view that empirical psychology
might be 'virtue's demise' (163).
At least in the first place, it brackets out other areas of doctrine apart from theological anthropology, and brackets out empirical psychology
, focusing down on the metaphysics of the human person with which empirical psychology
The first three chapters cover these early developments, while the second section focuses on 19th-century German experimental psychology and empirical psychology
in tradition of William James.
In that respect economics is quite like another broad and seemingly unrelated academic field, empirical psychology
This in turn will allow us to take a Jamesian look at some contemporary approaches to healthy-mindedness in empirical psychology
It ignores or is unfamiliar with empirical psychology
and its potential insights.
Inductive Logic and Empirical Psychology
(Nick Chater, Mike Oaksford, Ulrike Hahn and Evan Heit)
The former types of cognitive functions describe features of the human being as a biological species and thus belong to the empirical psychology
that is discussed by Kant in the Anthropology, whereas the latter constitutes a peculiar Kantian discipline in the first Critique that can be called transcendental cognitive psychology.
I know many people who truly thrive in the world of empirical psychology
, and I appreciate them and their strong contributions.
Virtually all of Kant's predecessors and contemporaries acknowledge only the latter, which constitutes a core feature of the empirical psychology
that many of them embrace, and that Kant attacks.
The observation of human systems; lessons from the history of anti-reductionistic empirical psychology