A psicanálise freudiana e a dualidade entre ciências naturais e ciências humanas

Richard Theisen Simanke About the author

This paper discusses Freud's standing in favor of a naturalist epistemology. It seeks to circumscribe the specificity of the psychological naturalism claimed by him and, next, to evaluate the extent of Freudian epistemology as a model for challenging the duality which opposes natural and human sciences.

Freud; Metapsychology; Social theory; Natural sciences; Human sciences; Psychological naturalism


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