Robinson unfolds the vision of four influential writers on psychology---J.S. Mill, F. Hegel, Wilhelm Wundt, and William James---who considered the world, its persons and problems, its possibilities and conflicts, its scientific facts and its moral ambiguities, and proceeded to devise a means by which to improve it. Robinson shows how in thinking about psychology, these individuals provided an intellectual context within which the discipline could be refined.
Communing with Nature: Continuing Our Series on History and the Environment, Thomas Dunlap Explores the Development of Quasi-Religious Environmentalism in North America Dunlap, Thomas.
History Today, Vol. 52, No. 3, March 2002