Philosophy of the human psyche


This course explores the intersection of philosophy and psychology, covering topics such as the mind-body problem, psychological conceptions of the human being, cognitive faculties and development, emotional dynamics, consciousness and neuroplasticity, comparative analysis of psychological schools, psychosocial structure and social cognitive theories, pathologies of the psyche, elements of human motivation and action, and philosophical and psychological perspectives on language.

What you will learn

By the end of this course, learners will have gained a deep understanding of the philosophical and psychological aspects of the human psyche, as well as the ability to critically analyze and integrate various psychological theories and concepts.

Course program

Understanding the Human Psyche in Philosophy
Psychological Conceptions of the Human Being
Integrative Psychological Theories
Cognitive Faculties and Development
Emotional Dynamics and Their Influence
Consciousness and Neuroplasticity
Comparative Analysis of Psychological Schools
Psychosocial Structure and Social Cognitive Theories
Pathologies of the Psyche
Elements of Human Motivation and Action
Philosophical and Psychological Perspectives on Language