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Searching for the concrete subject: On the epistemic role of lived-experience in Paul Natorp's critical epistemology

The following dissertation reconstructs Paul Natorp's philosophical psychology. It argues that psychology's main object is the lived experience of concrete subjects, understood as a transcendental structure of logical-reflexive conditions for the recognition, appropriation, and evaluation of objective validity. To do so, the dissertation makes explicit the intrinsic relation between Natorp's genetic logic, philosophical psychology, and social pedagogy.

Nicolás Alejandro Trujillo Osorio
09 December 2020
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