Appreciative Musings on Normative Thoughts, Normative Feelings, Normative Actions

Volume
Volume 37
Issue
Fall 2009
Title
Appreciative Musings on Normative Thoughts, Normative Feelings, Normative Actions
Abstract

This article consists of appreciative reflections upon Hoffman and Strawn's article, Normative Thoughts, Normative Feelings, Normative Actions: A Protestant, Relational Psychoanalytic Reply to E. Christian Brugger and the Faculty of the Institute for the Psychological Sciences (IPS). In the article, Hoffman and Strawn, although expressing broad agreement with Brugger, discuss six areas of apparent disagreement. The authors of the present response maintain that with only a few exceptions, the disagreements are generally not substantive but based on avoidable misunderstandings. Nonetheless, a careful consideration of these disagreements serves to clarify the importance of philosophical anthropology for psychology.

Authors
Dr. P.C. Vitz, Dr. M. Pakaluk, Dr. C.S. Titus and Dr. F.J. Moncher
Pages
194 - 203
Price
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