Colecția 1998


Scris de Mircea MICLEA on . Postat în Volumul II, Nr. 3-4


The development of psychology since its birthday, more than a century ago, was undermined by two complexes: to become a rigorous science (like physics) and to cure (like medicine). Although psychology have realized substantial achievements in this direction, it becomes irrelevant for ordinary life and contemporary culture. Psychologists have sacrificed relevance for accuracy. A new century requires a polithropic psychology, i.e. a psychology able to approach relevant problems for human being, to foster an ecumenical methodology and to diversify psychological discourse.