The Psychology of Science: A Reconnaissance
Harper & Row, 1966 - 168 pages
Mechanistic and Humanistic Science -- Acquiring Knowledge of a Person as a Task for the Scientist -- The Cognitive Needs Under Conditions of Fear and of Courage -- Safety Science and Growth Science:Science as a Defense -- Prediction and Control of Persons? -- Experiential Knowledge and Spectator Knowledge -- Abstracting and Theorizing -- Comprehensive Science and Simpleward Science -- Suchness Meaning and Abstractness Meaning -- Taoistic Science and Controlling Science -- Interpersonal (I-Thou) Knowledge as a Paradigm for Science -- Value-Free Science -- Stages, Levels, and Degrees of Knowledge -- The Desacralization and the Resacralization of Science.
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Acquiring Knowledge of a Person as a Task
The Cognitive Needs Under Conditions of Fear
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