Publication 7030

Butt T. (2003) The phenomenological context of personal construct psychology. In: Fransella F. (ed.) International handbook of personal construct psychology. Wiley, London: 379–286. Fulltext at https://cepa.info/7030
Excerpt: Phenomenology was a European philosophy that was a parallel development to American pragmatism. It will be argued that personal construct psychology may fruitfully be seen as a phenomenological approach to the person and that its methods for investigating the experience of individuals mirror and indeed extend phenomenology’s reach. It will also be contended that personal construct psychology is enriched by the insights of other phenomenologists, in particular, those of Merleau-Ponty (1962/1945).

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