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Aristotle: The Father of Psychology

Jonathan Rosman

Presented at: TJS 1993

Date: Jun 27, 1993

In addition to his writings on reason and logic, Aristotle wrote on a number of subjects that pertain to psychology, such as the nature of "soul", the senses, the emotions; volition and choice; the nature of happiness; character; and friendship. This course will show that his ideas form an essential foundation for the development of a science of psychology.


Parts: 5

Handout: none


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