Definition of Psychologising
1. psychologise [v] - See also: psychologise
Lexicographical Neighbors of Psychologising
Literary usage of Psychologising
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Spiritual Magazine (1866)
"psychologising THEIR AUDITORS is the process, that is the great secret, which in due time is to expose " the wilful delusion" of Spiritualists! ..."
2. Elements of Psychology by George Croom Robertson (1896)
"psychologising by Introspection. ... express, each and all of them, the peculiar standpoint of one who is ' psychologising,' or subjectively observant. ..."
3. The American Journal of Psychology by Edward Bradford ( Titchener, Granville Stanley Hall (1922)
"In the absence of grounding facts, and in view of the general trend and tenor of their work, we must conclude that the psychologising of Stout and Lipps is, ..."
4. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1893)
"And yet how much of contemporary psychologising is a logomachy raging around just this question. ..."
5. The Bookman (1911)
"... stories of psychologising, and tells them in the free and boyish spirit that vivified the epic, the drama, and the novel throughout the centuries before ..."
6. American Philosophy: The Early Schools by Woodbridge Riley, Isaac Woodbridge Riley (1907)
"Despite such crude psychologising, Paine's editor considers his ' reason ' only an expansion of the Quaker's inner light; it might better be called a mere ..."