Man’s Soul: An Introductory Essay in Philosophical Psychology
by S.L. Frank
contributions by Boris Jakim
Ohio University Press, 1993
eISBN: 978-0-8214-4013-1 | Cloth: 978-0-8214-1061-5
Library of Congress Classification BD422.R9F713 1993
Dewey Decimal Classification 128.1

"Seymon Lyudvigovich Frank, the author of the volume here made available for the first time in English translation, was one of the leading Russian philosophers of this century; some authorities consider him the most outstanding Russian philosopher of any age. ...

"Man's Soul is a book which perfectly exemplifies the generous conception of the mission and competence of philosophy characteristic of Frank and the other members of the Russian metaphysical movement. Frank's stated aim in the treatise is to reclaim for philosophy a field of investigation which, from the time of Plato and Aristotle to that of the Russian Idealists, philosophers had viewed as properly theirs, but which, since the mid-nineteenth century, they had allowed to fall into almost complete neglect: the study of the nature of the human soul (or psyche). ...

"The moral message of Man's Soul is well summed up by its epigraph, quoted from St. Augustine: 'Let man first of all return to his own self, so that once he has, as it were, stepped therein, he may rise from thence and be elevated to God.'"

-- from the foreword by Philip J. Swoboda

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