Wilhelm Wundt i rok 1900. (Kulturowy) rdzeń nowożytnej psychologii
Andrzej Pankalla, Ryszard Stachowski
Rocznik: 2011 Tom: 17 Numer: 1
The article “deamericanizes” the (narrowed and party inaccurate) reception of Wilhelm Wundt’s psychological thought. It introduces readers into the still not well-penetrated complete roots of modern psychology, namely Wundt’s Völkerpsychologie (1900–1920). The parallel aim of this paper is to show the provenience of cultural psychology reactivated during the last twenty years and deeply rooted in the opus magnum of modern psychology’s father.