Philosophy, Phrenology, and Introversion: From Kant to Jung

Philosophy, Phrenology, and Introversion: From Kant to Jung

At Pivomo, we’re interested in the attempts throughout history to categorise different personality types. We’re sceptical, as our view is people grow and change in relation to their context. But, here’s an interesting summary of the various attempts.

Kant’s Theory of Human Temperament At the turn of the 18th century, Kant (1724 – 1804) reworked the Hippocratic-Galen theory and focused his analysis explicitly on describing the personality characteristics associated with the respective humours (Roback, 1928; see also Berrios, 1993; Merenda, 1987; and Stelmack & Stalikas, 1990). Kant […]

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