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Author Rauch, Frederick A. (Frederick August), 1806-1841.

Title Psychology, or, A view of the human soul : including anthropology, being the substance of a course of lectures, delivered to the junior class, Marshall College, Penn. / by Frederick A. Rauch
Published New York : M.W. Dodd, 1840
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Description 1 online resource ( 388pages)
Summary "The principal object of the author in writing this book, was to render this noble and delightful science accessible to all classes of readers. A second object of the author was to give the science of man a direct bearing upon other sciences, and especially upon religion and theology. Psychology and theology are connected by their common subject, which is man. The present work is, as far as the author knows, the first attempt to unite German and American mental philosophy. This design has not been executed by bringing together two separate systems or by forming an eclectic compound, which is neither the one nor the other, and the parts of which do not grow forth from one spirit, but are brought together from different sources and united by the writer--a real sphinx in the sphere of science"--Preface. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2008 APA, all rights reserved)
Notes Also issued in print
Subject Psychology.
Human beings.
Form Electronic book