InPresence 195Gustav Fechner and the Science of Psychophysics

Books Mentioned In This Interview

gustav theodor fechner the little book of life after death william james a pluralistic universe georg hegel the phenomenology of spirit bernardo kastrup decoding schopenhauer's metaphysics gustav theodor fechner nanna or the soul-life of plants gustav theodor fechner comparative anatomy of angels

Jeffrey Mishlove describes and life and career of the pioneering founder of the discipline of psychophysics who combined rigorous empirical science with a mystical outlook. His metaphysical writings focused on such matters as the soul life of plants as well as the soul of the living universe. He was an inspiration to William James. Both individuals argued against materialist metaphysics.

(Recorded on September 21, 2020)

Published on October 6, 2020


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