A History of Philosophy and Psychology in Finland, 1809-1917

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Juha Manninen
Juhani Ihanus
Marja Jalava
Ilkka Niiniluoto

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Includes:
PART ONE
AN OUTLINE OF FINNISH PHILOSOPHY BEFORE 1809
1.1. Prehistory
1.2. Christianity Arrives
1.3. The Academy of Turku
PART TWO
FROM IDEALISM TO NATIONALISTIC AND LIBERAL CONSTRUCTIONS OF THE STATE
2. 1. Varieties of ldealism: Franzén, Lagus, and Hartman
2.2. Romanticism in Turku: Bergbom, Ottelin, Arwidsson, and Hwasser
2.3. J. J. Tengström's Teaching of Hegel's Philosophy of Right
2.4. J. V. Snellman's Career: Philosopher, Journalist, Senator
2.5. Academic Freedom and Bildung
2.6. Personality, Spirit, and Nation
2.7. Snellman’s Doctrine of the State
2.8. Fight for Enlightenment: Wilhelm Bolin
2.9. Ways out of Hegel
PART THREE
ENTANGLEMENT OF PHILOSOPHY AND EMPIRICAL RESEARCH
3.1. From Philosophical Psychology to Experimental Psychology
3.2. Logic and Psychology in Lotze's Spirit: Thiodolf Rein
3.3. Psychological Laboratory: Hjalmar Neiglick
3.4. Philosophy of History: Arvi Grotenfelt
3.5. Psychological Ethics and Social Anthropology: Edward 'Westermarck
3.6. A Promethean Philosopher and Psychologist: Rolf Lagerborg
3.7. Logical Paradoxes: Hjalmar Magnus Eklund
3.8. Modern Philosophical Currents: Eino Kaila
3.9. Debates on Mach
3.10. New Trends in Psychology in the 1910s
3.11. Philosophy and Public Affairs: The Philosophical Society

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2021-09-01

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