From Kierkegaard to Langer (From Kierkegaard’s paradox to Langer’s psychology of possibility)

  • Fatemi S
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This paper presents the connection between Kierkegaard as a philosopher and Langer as a psychologist in opening up the possibility of dialogical interactions between philosophy and psychology. The paper demonstrates how both Kierkegaard and Langer transcend the pre-established parlance of the disciplinary paradigmatic analysis and invent new and interdependent multidisciplinary perspectives. Through numerous examples of their underlying viewpoints, the paper explores howthe relation between psychological ontology and philosophical ontology may facilitate the process of a leap beyond epistemological propositions.




Fatemi, S. M. (2014). From Kierkegaard to Langer (From Kierkegaardâ€TMs paradox to Langerâ€TMs psychology of possibility). Frontiers in Psychology, 5.

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