Ever Not Quite: Pluralism(s) in William James and Contemporary Psychology

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Ever Not Quite: Pluralism(s) in William James and Contemporary Psychology
Resumo
William James made many references to pluralism throughout his career. Interestingly, many contemporary psychologists also discuss pluralism and indeed call for pluralism as a corrective to the discipline's philosophical and methodological foundations. Yet, pluralism and the purposes to which it is applied are understood in a variety of ways, and the relation of contemporary pluralism to the pluralism(s) of William James is uncertain. This book offers conceptual clarification in both contexts, first distinguishing diverse senses of pluralism in psychology and then systematically examining different forms of pluralism across the writings of James. A comparison of meanings and analysis of implications follows, aimed at illuminating what is at stake in ongoing calls for pluralism in psychology.
Número da edição
1
Editor
Cambridge University Press
Data
2023-06-29
ISBN
978-1-108-95432-7 978-1-108-84502-1 978-1-108-94940-8
Título curto
Ever Not Quite
Data de acesso
28/08/2023 12:23
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DOI.org (Crossref)
Citation 'apa'
Araujo, S. D. F., & Osbeck, L. M. (2023). Ever Not Quite: Pluralism(s) in William James and Contemporary Psychology (1st ed.). Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108954327
Citation 'abnt'
ARAUJO, S. D. F.; OSBECK, L. M. Ever Not Quite: Pluralism(s) in William James and Contemporary Psychology. 1. ed. [s.l.] Cambridge University Press, 2023.