The Separation of Psychology And Theology at Princeton, 1868-1903: The Intellectual Achievement of James McCosh And James Mark Baldwin

Title

The Separation of Psychology And Theology at Princeton, 1868-1903: The Intellectual Achievement of James McCosh And James Mark Baldwin

Authors

Bryan N. Maier

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Description

This case study of who taught psychology and how psychology was taught at Princeton in the latter part of the nineteenth century reveals at least one way that Evangelicals attempted to resolve the relationship with their faith and this new human science. Maier argues that in systemic terms, a temporary and fragile alliance was formed between the new science and the old theology.

ISBN

9780773459304

Publication Date

2005

Publisher

Edwin Mellen Press

City

Lewiston, NY

Disciplines

Christianity | Psychology | Religious Thought, Theology and Philosophy of Religion | School Psychology

Comments

Class of 1983