Scientific discovery of Spiritual Laws given in Rational Scientific Revelations


Swedenborg published nearly 30 volumes of eyewitness reports and analyses by the time of his death in 1772, at the age of 82.

At this point, most psychologists may indeed decide not to go any further. But what if they did? What was there to be found that the future of psychology might depend on?

Category 2 Questions. What is his area? What is his approach? Where does he fit in? What kind of data or empirical evidence does he use? Are his concepts functional and behavioristic? Do any of his assumptions or conclusions contradict known psychological facts and principles? Are his theories useful in understanding and predicting human behavior? Is his system internally consistent? Can his approach serve psychology as a whole? Does he deal with important and significant aspects of human behavior and the environment?

(to be continued)