Use of the word "soul" to denote the inner world of human experience has not been fashionable in recent psychology. The author, however, stresses in this ground-breaking study that our inner life is always active as a whole entity, which calls for recognition of the human soul as an entity. Drawing on ideas of Goethe, Brentano, Husserl, Scheler, and Rudolf Steiner, Zeylmans van Emmichoven uses the soul's own self-perception as his method of clarifying the mysteries of the inner life.
What does he find? "The soul as an inner world participates in two worlds: an external wor... View More...