A Wittgensteinian Perspective On The Use Of Conceptual Analysis In Psychology by T. RacineA Wittgensteinian Perspective On The Use Of Conceptual Analysis In Psychology by T. Racine

A Wittgensteinian Perspective On The Use Of Conceptual Analysis In Psychology

byT. RacineEditorK. Slaney

Paperback | January 1, 2013

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This edited volume includes contributions from internationally renowned experts in the philosophy of Ludwig Wittgenstein. It applies his later philosophy to concrete issues pertaining to the integrity of scientific claims in a broad spectrum of research domains within contemporary psychology.
Devin M. Casenhiser, University of Tennessee, USA Alan Costall, University of Portsmouth, UK Hans-Johann Glock, University of Zürich, Switzerland P. M. S. Hacker, St John's College, Oxford, UK Nicole Hausen, University of Groningen, the Netherlands Daniel D. Hutto, University of Hertfordshire, UK Oskari Kuusela, University of East An...
Title:A Wittgensteinian Perspective On The Use Of Conceptual Analysis In PsychologyFormat:PaperbackDimensions:332 pagesPublished:January 1, 2013Publisher:Palgrave MacmillanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1349350311

ISBN - 13:9781349350315


Table of Contents

Foreword: Wittgenstein's Philosophy of Psychology as a Critical Instrument for the Psychological Sciences; Peter M. S. Hacker 1. Psychology's Inescapable Need for Conceptual Clarification; Daniel D. Hutto 2. Wittgenstein's Method of Conceptual Investigation and Concept Formation in Psychology; Oskari Kuusela 3. Pictures of the Soul; Joachim Schulte 4. Aspect Seeing in Wittgenstein and in Psychology; Nicole Hausen and Michel ter Hark 5. Parallels in the Foundations of Mathematics and Psychology; Meredith Williams 6. Animal Minds: Philosophical and Scientific Aspects; Hans-Johann Glock 7. Realism, But Not empiricism: Wittgenstein Versus Searle; Danièle Moyal-Sharrock 8. Can a Robot Smile? Wittgenstein on Facial Expression; Diane Proudfoot 9. A Return to 'The Inner' in Social Theory: Archer's 'Internal Conversation'; Wes Sharrock and Leonidas Tsilipakos 10. Reducing the Effort in Effortful Control; Stuart G. Shanker and Devin M. Casenhiser 11. The Concepts of Suicidology; Michael D. Maraun 12. The Neuroscientific Case for a Representative Theory of Perception; John Preston and Severin Schroeder 13. Terror Management, Meaning Maintenance and the Concept of Psychological Meaning; Timothy P. Racine and Kathleen L. Slaney 14. A Conceptual Investigation of Inferences Drawn from Infant Habituation Research; Michael A. Tissaw 15. The Unconscious Theory in Modern Cognitivism; Alan Costall