[Marxism] why did Marx reject moral?
Paul H. Dillon
illonph at pacbell.net
Fri Oct 7 10:10:02 MDT 2005
> As far as I can see, an Aristotelian approach to psychology would be
> infinitely more adequate than mechanistic approaches such as
> behaviourism. For that matter, I think medieval psychology was pretty
> insightful -- but that's another project.
I totally agree with you about medieval psychology. Dante's "Inferno" and
"Purgatorio" provide two incredible texts that fully illustrate the
complexity of medieval Aristotelian (through Aquinas) psychology: The very
topography of the Inferno a map of emotions, needs, chance, desire, and
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