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