The Theoretical Foundations of Wundt’s Folk Psychology

  • Herman K. Haeberlin
Part of the Path in Psychology book series (PATH)


Wundt’s folk psychology constitutes an integral part of his philosophical system. In some respects it must be regarded as the crowning achievement of his thought, inasmuch as its theoretical foundations presuppose all his former work. In order to gain a proper setting for our critical considerations, we must begin with a somewhat detailed discussion of certain general concepts employed in Wundt’s philosophy. Without a dear comprehension of these a criticism of his folk psychology would not be feasible.


Cultural Development Folk Psychology Cultural Phenomenon Individual Psychology Historical Phenomenon 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1980

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  • Herman K. Haeberlin

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