Psychology and Religion. Remarks from a Methodological Perspective
Keywords: 
scientific psychology
religion
spirituality
methapsychology
personalism
Issue Date: 
2021
Publisher: 
Uniwersytet Mikołaja Kopernika
ISSN: 
2300-7648
Citation: 
Terelak, J.F. (Jan F.). "Psychology and Religion. Remarks from a Methodological Perspective". Scientia et Fides. 9 (1), 2021, 357 - 382
Abstract
The paper is an overview of the connections between scientific psychology and religion. The thesis that scientific psychology, which deals with empirical research of all manifestations of spirituality and religiousness within the different principles and contexts of culture, cannot refer to the doctrine of Christianity, just as to other religions of the world, but it should take into account in its research the cultural aspects of the Christian religion and/or other religions – without valuing tchem at the individual human level (personalistic psychology) and their influence on the “fate” of the world (e. g. cultural psychology), is being discussed.

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