Contemporary academic psychology is dominated by schools of thought that propose psychology as a natural science. However, there are approaches that critique the assumption that psychology can be a natural science and offer an option to the hegemony of natural science based psychology. In this lecture I introduce psychology as a part of the humanities.
Part 2 (Dilthey & Habermas)
Part 3 (Spranger & Jaspers)
Part 4 (Phenomenology & Existentialism)