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Bosquejo de una teoría de las emociones

Bosquejo de una teoría de las emociones

La disputa de JEAN-PAUL SARTRE (1905-1980) a lo largo de toda su obra filosófica con el carácter reduccionista y simplificador de los enfoques científicos en el estudio del hombre comenzó con este temprano BOSQUEJO DE UNA TEORÍA DE LAS EMOCIONES, dedicado a mostrar las insuficiencias y contradicciones de las teorías psicoanalíticas y a criticar las escuelas psicológicas que se limitan al estudio de los hechos suministrados por la percepción espacio-temporal y por la experiencia introspectiva. Según concluye Sartre en esta obra, la psicología debe partir del carácter significativo de lo psíquico como aspecto diferenciado de la totalidad humana y buscar su fundamento en una antropología fenomenológica.

Titulo:Bosquejo de una teoría de las emociones
Idioma de edición:Spanish
ISBN:9788420659817
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, normally known simply as Jean-Paul Sartre, was a French existentialist philosopher and pioneer, dramatist and screenwriter, novelist and critic. He was a leading figure in 20th century French philosophy.


    Bosquejo de una teoría de las emociones Comentarios

  • Sara Rahimi

    It's his fucking writing style. What he has to say is so brilliant, but his pretentious tone ruins it for me. It's such a shame, because his theory of phenomenology concerning emotions has been extrem...

  • Lus

    Sartre bases his theory after phenomenological research of the birth of an emotion accompanied by classical bases and bases his conclusion on the idea that emotions are a reaction to the world that pr...

  • Larisa

    A little bit to educative and less emotional, but good to read...

  • Alireza Behzadnia

    Sartre's theory, aims to describe psychology in terms of phenomenology (probably because of Martin Heidegger influence on him).Sartre tries to shift our focal understanding of human psyche from physio...

  • Didit Priandi

    I dont understand...

  • Edu Okada

    Book packed with information, not easy to follow but once you do, you unravel the genious that Sartre is, this book is a true insight on his thinking....

  • Ashu Bhargav

    I never had any respect for this man. I still don’t respect him but he posits profound ideas here. ...

  • Bob Nichols

    In this short book, emotions are some sort of mental act directed at a object as a way to "apprehend" the world. Apprehension involves what we choose to know so that, "in a word,the emotional subject ...

  • Adam Sanchez

    It might be just me, but when he’s critiquing the views of others (Freud, James, Janet, etc.), I can’t understand him. But his sketch of his own phenomenological views is quite clear and his illus...

  • Anton

    A great explanation of emotions and how useful phenomenology can be. "We have seen that, in emotion, consciousness is degraded and abruptly transforms the determined world in which we live into a magi...

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