Articles in Part V covered different versions of passionate claims for the value of developmental axiomatic systems for psychology as science. This insistence may look curious—or even obsessive. Yet it is based on the basic assumption that in the case of irreversible time—which governs all living organisms—it is only an explicitly developmental framework that can acquire the basis for the science of psychology as a whole.
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