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Chiari G. (2009) The issue of the unity and specificity of psychology from the viewpoint of a constructivist epistemology. Humana Mente 11: 81–95. Fulltext at
A certain constructivist psychology converges with a certain epistemology of psychology as rejecting as meaningless the project of the unification of the various psychological schools and theories, as well as the trend to the progressive reduction of psychological phenomena to neurophysiological processes. The paper discusses the subject by referring to the work of the Italian epistemologists E. Agazzi and S. Marhaba, the American psychologist G. A. Kelly, and the Chilean biologist H. Maturana.

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