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Re-Envisioning Theoretical Psychology: Diverging Ideas and Practices (Palgrave Studies in the Theory and History of Psychology) (Paperback)

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Preface: Thomas Teo.- 1. Toward a Poetics of the Other: New Directions in Post-Scientific Psychology; Mark Freeman.- 2. An Historical Turn for Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology; Jeff Sugarman.- 3. An Intersectionality for Theoretical Psychology?; Kathleen L. Slaney.- 4. A Critical Reframing of Theoretical Psychology As Maternal: Strengthening Psychology's Inter- and Transdisciplinary Identity for the Twenty-First Century; Mary Beth Quaranta Morrissey.- 5. A Role for the History of Psychology in Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology; Saulo de Freitas Araujo.- 6. The Indispensable Subject of Psychology: Theory, Subjectivity and the Specter of Inner Life; Suzanne R. Kirschner.- 7. Testing the Limits: Theoretical Psychology Re-envisioned in Light of Boundary-Pushing Trends in Theoretical Physics, Philosophy of Biology, and Philosophy of Psychology; Barbara S. Held.- 8. Vertical and Horizontal Development in Theoretical Psychology; Lisa M. Osbeck.- 9. Toward a Metaphysical Empirical Psychology; Gregg Henriques.- 10. A New Wave of Thinking in Psychology; Brent D. Slife and Eric A. Ghelfi.- 11. Beyond reflexivity in theoretical psychology: From philosophy to the psychological humanities; Thomas Teo.

About the Author


Thomas Teo is Professor of Psychology in the Historical, Theoretical, and Critical Studies of Psychology Program at York University, Canada. He has been active in the advancement of theoretical, critical, and historical psychology throughout his professional career. His research has been meta-psychological to provide a more reflexive understanding of the foundations, trajectories, and possibilities of human subjectivity.


Product Details
ISBN: 9783030167646
ISBN-10: 303016764X
Publisher: Palgrave MacMillan
Publication Date: August 14th, 2020
Pages: 297
Language: English
Series: Palgrave Studies in the Theory and History of Psychology
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