Celebrities Feedback Rating Russian
Search

Most popular
Zernov DmitriZernov Dmitri
Gluzskij MikhailGluzskij Mikhail
more persons......
News
Movies
Russia Is Great
Free mp3 download
Count of persons: 23163





All persons
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

Stout (Stout) George Frederick

( English idealist philosopher, psychologist)

Comments for Stout (Stout) George Frederick
Biography Stout (Stout) George Frederick
photo Stout (Stout) George Frederick
(6.1.1860, South Shields, Durham - 1944) - English idealist philosopher, psychologist, a student J. Ward and follower F. Brentano. After a private school, he studied from 1879 g. College Sts. John of Cambridge (BA, 1882, MA, 1885), are specialized in ancient philosophy, metaphysics, moral sciences. Since 1884. worked as a researcher and professor of psychology at the College of SW. John, in 1891, Mr.. replaced K. Robertson as editor of 'Mind' (before 1920), since 1994. it - the teacher of the moral sciences at Cambridge, from 1896. by 1898. - Teacher of comparative psychology at the University of Aberdeen, from 1898. by 1903. - Visiting Lecturer mental philosophy at Oxford University. Member software collection 'Personal Idealism', L., 1902. Since 1903. until his retirement in 1936. he - Professor of Logic and Metaphysics at the University of Sts. Andrew, here set up a laboratory of experimental psychology. In 1939, Mr.. moved to his son Alan in Australia, where he took the chair of moral and political philosophy at the University of Sydney. There are many forces have given to the training of young philosophers. Scientific activities Stout concludes the phase of development of philosophy, based on observation, reflection and introspection: Stout was a follower of the method of introspection in the form as it is substantiated P. Avenarius ( 'Analytic Psychology', V. 1-2, L., NY, 1896, in Russian. Lane. 'Analytical Psychology', t. 1, Pg., 1923). Was strongly opposed to natural science foundations of associationism. This was based on the fact that Stout narrowly rejected an analytical approach to processes of perception, claiming the idea that all elements are given in relation to each other, which can not be ignored. In particular, in his opinion, in such a unity, when one includes the other, are the mind and body, and the pilot study can not be isolated to provide neither one nor the other. In the wake of his teacher J. Ward believed that the unity of consciousness involves cognitive, affective and volitional modes. Develop mental representations F. Brentano on the principle activity of the subject. In the process of scientific development Stout moved from the position of realism and pragmatism, then, to the religious philosophy. In the 1930 i.i. was strongly opposed to emergent evolution. Literature.


User comments
Write comment
Write comment
Links by theme:
FRIEDRICH III (Friedrich III)
UOTTC George Frederick (Watts George Frederic)
Frederick III (Frederick III)

Stout (Stout) George Frederick, photo, biography
Stout (Stout) George Frederick, photo, biography Stout (Stout) George Frederick  English idealist philosopher, psychologist, photo, biography
RIN.ru - Russian Information Network
   
   
   
Copyright © RIN 2002 - * Feedback