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For the last 25 years, Kurt Danziger's work has been at the center of developments in history and theory of psychology. This volume makes Danziger's work the focal point of a variety of contributions representing several active areas of research. The authors are among the leading figures in history and theory of psychology from North America, Europe and South Africa, including Danziger himself. This work will serve as a point of departure for those who wish to acquaint themselves with some of the most important issues in this field.
Content Level »Research
Keywords »event - history of psychology - psychology
Reconstructing the Subject.- In Search of Method.- Controlling the Metalanguage.- Paris, Leipzig, Danziger, and Beyond.- Expanding the Terrain of Constructing the Subject.- On Cultural History as Transformation—Or, What’s the Matter with Psychology Anyway?.- Wundt as an Activity/Process Theorist.- The Missing Link Of Historical Psychology.- De-Centering Western Perspectives.- Concluding Comments.