著者
阿部 恒之 北村 英哉 原 塑
出版者
日本感情心理学会
雑誌
エモーション・スタディーズ (ISSN:21897425)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.6, no.Si, pp.31-41, 2021-03-22 (Released:2021-03-25)
参考文献数
8

This article is a modified record of “Philosophy and Psychology III: Contrastive approaches to the COVID-19 problems,” a public symposium held at the 84th annual convention of the Japanese Psychological Association on September 9, 2020 via webinar. Before this symposium, philosophers and psychologists joined and discussed emotions (2018) and justice (2019) to stimulate psychologists to have greater interest in and to devote more attention to philosophy. It had been noted that psychologists tend to be quite indifferent to philosophy despite the fact that historical origins of psychology as an established discipline can be traced back to philosophy and physiology. In the last symposium, we, two psychologists and a philosopher, discussed COVID-19 as a problem, particularly addressing topics of “freedom and publicness” and “the future of embodiment.” Through that discussion, results showed that philosophy and psychology can be complementary and productive for both.

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鼎談 コロナ問題をめぐる哲学と心理学の対話 阿部 恒之, 北村 英哉, 原 塑 https://t.co/AfPJRJe0Vz
日心でのシンポ対談ですが、これに掲載になりました。https://t.co/bhEkWRN0vS エモーション・スタディーズ 第6巻特別号

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