Psychology-XXI. Or XXII?..

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Psychology-XXI. Or XXII?..
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2009
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236
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Abstract

I intentionally rejected from hiring editors and now present you my book in very basic English (to say mildly – English is my second language), because this book in some sense is a sort of “anti-academic” book. Nevertheless, the book addresses first to the professional scholars: psychologists, historians, theologians, philosophers, but only to those of them who do not satisfy with the current situation in their scopes. I mean the psychologists who realize that the modern psychology deals only with the surface of psyche and are not able to see deeper. I mean the historians who understand that the modern historical science is hardly more than collecting facts plus quite arbitrary interpretation of them. I mean theologians who guess that the modern theology does not work with the deepest meanings of Scriptures. And I mean the philosophers who keep the appetite to ontological problems.

Three main problems constitutes the core of discussion: a) the necessity of new ontological model for further development of psychology; b) the necessity to re-focus professional attention from such concepts as “behavior” or “traits” on the concept development; and c) the necessity to revise our views on the relationships between an individual and big groups.

The book may be also of interest for the lay readers who do not satisfy the picture of world which they receive in a schools.  

Keywords: New Age Psychology, Psychology and History, Psychology and Theology, Theoretical Sociology, Historical Cultural Psychology


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