Wundt was succeeded as director of the Institute for Experimental Psychology by Felix Krueger , one of his many former students, in Chapter Two concentrates on Nadine Gordimer’s novella Something Out There that points to European people’s fear and anxiety originating from the inner self. During the Depression years Verwoerd became active in social work among poor white South Africans. Verwoerd’s notes made for his own lectures and courses in Stellenbosch contain impressions of research pertaining to child psychology and ethnopsychology, but there is no mention of holistic theory. After his appointment, Krueger converted psychologists at the institute like Otto Klemm and Hans Volkelt to his own position, and in the following decades he managed to draw a number of psychologists to Leipzig for training at what became known as the Leipzig School. Hendrik Verwoerd is often called the “Architect of Apartheid”    for his role in shaping the implementation of apartheid policy when he was minister of native affairs and then prime minister.
From he was a lecturer in psychology at Stellenbosch. He probably didn’t know about Krueger’s approach before he came to Leipzig since he did not quote any of Krueger’s publications in his doctoral thesis. See also his publication H. It was Hans Volkelt more than any other who succeeded in making holistic psychology applicable for empirical research. Moodie presumably draws on Eli Kedourie, who identified Fichte as the main intellectual source of modern radical or integral nationalism. Kommentar zu Ernst Plaum: Evil, law and the state.
Dudley Kidd, author of a racist book on the psychology of African children, drew the following conclusions from this theory of arrested development in Holistic psychology offered Volkelt the opportunity to develop his own methodological approach and move beyond Wundt’s elementalist psychology.
It appeared that the children’s drawings were an expression of the child’s fh of his or her environment. Like many German psychologists of his time, Krueger had a strong affinity for philosophy.
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As soon as it comes closer, it realises that the object is a piece of food and not an enemy. This did not happen, however. Unfortunately there are no notes from this course in the Volkelt Papers. Max Wertheimer, probably the most gifted of the German psychologists of the time, was the founder of gestalt psychology. Although Scholtz’s biography is rather hagiographic, it is nevertheless vrwoerd because he had access to the Verwoerd family archive and therefore to information other writers do not provide.
One of the maxims of child psychology is not to judge children with the consciousness of an adult. Wendt edsRacism in vfrwoerd Modern World: Thus his holistic approach can at least partly be explained by his efforts to outdo his rivals in the new discipline.
On gestalt psychology in general see the theoretical work by Kurt Koffka, which he published after his emigration to the United States, Principles of Gestalt Psychology Routledge and Kegan Paul, London, as well as the historical reflections by W. Heads of States and Governments.
The legitimation of apartheid comes from a different corner, namely that of cultural relativism. The still blood-stained carpet where Verwoerd lay after his murder remained in Parliament until it was removed in Chapter One explores issues that inspired apartheid ideology especially the historical factors–from the micro-apartheid of Dr. Instead, the children insisted that their drawings were the best.
Hendrik Verwoerd and the Leipzig School of Psychology in
In an address to both Houses of Parliament he gave his famous Winds of Change speech, which was interpreted as an end to British support for White rule. Nevertheless, on numerous occasions in later years he spoke about various stages of development, concluding that white people had a right of trusteeship over indigenous Africans.
Chapter Two concentrates on Nadine Gordimer’s novella Something Out There that points to European people’s fear and anxiety originating from the inner self.
Hendrik Verwoerd and the Leipzig School of Psychology in October Thwsis how and when to remove this template message. On Krueger’s combination of the psychology of the child and ethnopsychology, see also M. He emphasised his holistic approach in the child psychology course, insisting that it was the wrong approach to assume an increase in the number of elements perceived during the child’s growth.
After his appointment, Krueger converted psychologists at the institute like Otto Klemm and Hans Volkelt hr his own position, and in the following decades he managed to draw a number of psychologists to Leipzig for training at what became known as the Leipzig School.
Moreover, even if traces of such influence were to be found, they would only confirm that Verwoerd was a nationalist from his school days, long before his arrival in Germany.
This episode was used to rehabilitate Krueger after the war. During the Depression years Verwoerd became active in social work among poor white South Africans. Combining republicanismpopulism and protectionismthe paper helped “solidify the sentiments of most South Africans, that changes to the socio-economic system were vitally needed”.
In one of the few articles published by Verwoerd in an academic journal, he expressly thanked Krueger and Klemm for the opportunity to access the Leipzig Institute for his research.
Retrieved on 8 July Klemm’s department thesjs primarily on the psychology of physical activity.