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Persons and their Minds (Open Access)
Towards an Integrative Theory of the Mediated Mind
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"Persons and their Minds is a remarkably elegant, deeply scholarly and integrative proposition for a new "hybrid psychology". Drawing on classical and current debates in philosophy, cognitive sciences, social sciences and psychology, Svend Brinkmann proposes an original theory of persons, with their minds as sets of practices and dispositions, mediated by their brain, bodies and social worlds. Written with simplicity and humor, this monograph brings much-needed theoretical and epistemological clarifications - demonstrating why, among other things, people's actions cannot be explained by brain mechanisms. This groundbreaking work offers a new basis for understanding psychopathology and paves the way for an integrative psychology of people's everyday life in society." - Professor Tania Zittoun, University of Neuchatel, Switzerland. "Brinkmann's book provides the long-sought integration of the various strands of psychology and will be the starting point of the unification of the sciences of the mind. " - Professor Rolf Reber, University of Oslo, Norway.
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Svend Brinkmann is Professor of Psychology in the Department of Communication and Psychology at the University of Aalborg, Denmark. His primary research areas are general psychology and qualitative methods. He is currently Co-director of the Center for Qualitative Studies at the University of Aalborg and member of the Center for Cultural Psychology.
Series Editor's Preface Foreword Introduction 1. The Concepts of Mind and Person 2. The Mind and the Brain 3. The Mind and the Body 4. The Mind and Society 5. The Mind and Things 6. The Mind between the Brain and Culture 7. Persons and Disordered Minds References