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An Anthropological-psychological Taxonomy

What does it mean to be human — and how can psychology contribute to our understanding of humanity?
The central questions in this book have been: How are we as humans able to participate in a moral and societal life built on co-existence? What should a theoretical model look like that is able to identify and explain the core aspects of human competencies and qualities by which we are able to participate in a moral and societal life? And how, that is, by which methodologies, on what kind of scientific foundation, and with the aid of which explanatory styles, can such theoretical models of the human condition be constructed?
This book attempts to answer the above questions by presenting a basic anthropological model of human psychological connectedness to surroundings, especially with regards to the directedness at/by the directedness in certain phenomena: free will, consciousness and self. The book's project has been to present this basic anthropological model and thereby show that it is a good proposition for a 'critical tolerance on the basis of co-existence', that it is a good proposition for a 'critical realistic universalism', and as mentioned, a proposition of psychology's contribution to a general anthropology.

An Anthropological-psychological TaxonomyWhat does it mean to be human — and how can psychology contribute to our understanding of humanity? The central questions in this book have been: How are we as humans able to participate in a moral and
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