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Today new forms of critical psychology are challenging the cognitive revolution that has dominated psychology for the past three decades. This book explores the historical roots of these new psychologies. It demonstrates that their ideas are not quite as new as is often supposed.

Shaftesbury: Moral and Social Sense
Shaftesbury: Moral and social sense

The tone that Shaftesbury used when writing privately to friends about the philosophy of Locke suggests something deeply felt. It is easy to speculate about hidden resentments. Perhaps Shaftesbury felt threatened by the fame that his teacher was enjoying late in life. Locke now belonged to the whole world ...

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