Humanism and J. R. Kantor

J.R. Kantor’s interbehavioral psychology and humanism:

This paper addresses connections between J. R. Kantor’s interbehavioral psychology and humanism. It discusses numerous ways in which interbehavioral thinking is humanistic … Jacob Robert Kantor (1888-1984) appears to have made no public pronouncements advocating humanism. Given the tremendous diversity in humanistic thinking (e.g., Kurtz, 1973), it is not surprising that a rigorous thinker such as Kantor would hesitate to affiliate with a rather amorphous intellectual sphere. Nonetheless, one can make a case that Kantor’s philosophy and psychology had a definite humanistic core. This paper will examine Kantor’s interbehavioral system in relation to humanism …
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