New York, Bern, Frankfurt/M., Paris, 1988. XII, 321 pp.
Contents: This work uses the broad historical and philosophical work of Giambattista Vico to create the beginnings of a psychological
paradigm encompassing the various partial psychologies, and pertinent trends in a variety of other fields. The work is unique.
There is no other published book which attempts to develop Vico's work toward the end of constructing a post-mechanical paradigm
for contemporary psychology.