By Jacob A. Belzen, Antoon Geels
This quantity positions itself at the leading edge of 2 fields in psychology that take pleasure in swiftly expanding awareness: either the research of human lives and a few center domain names of such lives as faith and spirituality are excessive at the time table of present learn and educating. Biographies and autobiographies are being approached in new methods and became vital to the research of human lives as an item of analysis and a most well liked strategy for acquiring specific info approximately subjective human studies. Ever because the starting of the psychology of faith, autobiographies have additionally been mentioned as a. Read more...
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In Standard Average European languages there is ample evidence for these forms of life, to use the Wittgensteinian concept, as there is ample evidence in Asian languages such as Chinese, Japanese, and Vietnamese for different forms of life. Wittgenstein’s concept, which also embraces narrative language games, is all the more appropriate here because it brings to the fore two important aspects of temporal discourse: the intimate connection between language and thought, as well as between language and cultural practices.
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Autobiography and the psychological study of religious lives by Jacob A. Belzen, Antoon Geels