Theodor Lipps

Theodor Lipps (; 28 July 1851 – 17 October 1914) was a German philosopher, famed for his theory regarding aesthetics, creating the framework for the concept of ''Einfühlung'' (empathy)'','' defined as, "projecting oneself onto the object of perception." This has then led onto opening up a new branch of interdisciplinary research in the overlap between psychology and philosophy. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Lipps, Theodor 1851-1914
Published 1874
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by Lipps, Theodor 1851-1914
Published 1883
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by Lipps, Theodor 1851-1914
Published 1883
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by Lipps, Theodor, 1851-1914.
Published 1883
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by Lipps, Theodor 1851-1914
Published 1885
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by Lipps, Theodor 1851-1914
Published 1885
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by Lipps, Theodor, 1851-1914.
Published 1890
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by Lipps, Theodor, 1851-1914.
Published 1890
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by Lipps, Theodor, 1851-1914.
Published 1890
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by Lipps, Theodor, 1851-1914.
Published 1890
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by Lipps, Theodor, 1851-1914.
Published 1890
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by Lipps, Theodor 1851-1914
Published 1891
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by Lipps, Theodor 1851-1914
Published 1891
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by Lipps, Theodor 1851-1914
Published 1891
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by Lipps, Theodor 1851-1914
Published 1891
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by Lipps, Theodor 1851-1914
Published 1891
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by Fischer, Kuno, 1824-1907.
Published 1892
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by Lipps, Theodor 1851-1914
Published 1893
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by Hume, David 1711-1776
Published 1895
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by Hume, David 1711-1776
Published 1895
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