By Piaget, Jean
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At Bâle, P. Häberlin, who had started his career with some intelligent studies in childpsychology, later took up a philosophical anthropology that aimed explicitly at replacing psychology. The Lucerne Founda tion, which Häberlin directed, awarded me a prize at the begin ning of my researches, but toward the 1930’s it refused to dis tribute one of my books to its members, because “the works of Piaget explicitly contradict those of Häberlin,” as P. Bovet, who had asked for a copy, was told. I apologize for speaking only of Switzerland, but these are facts that greatly impressed me at the time and which, moreover, are all the more instructive, since they concern a small country both independent of and yet contributing to three great cul tures.
B. Grize is a logician who, before going to study with the Belgian logicians, had defended a thesis on the elimination of gard to the necessary epistemological collaboration between logicians and psychologists. 36* Insights and Illusions of Philosophy time in the history of mathematical concepts. Although both a logician and a mathematician (he teaches at present in the Faculty of Letters of Neuchâtel and of Science of Geneva), this has not prevented him, no doubt due to his historical interests, from adapting himself immediately and intimately to genetic questions.
I had continued on the fringe of psychology, giving courses on genetic epistemology at the Sorbonne and the Faculty of Science of Geneva, but with growing awareness of my limita tions, for in order to engage in such a discipline it is not enough to be a psychologist, to have some knowledge of contemporary philosophy, and to be something of a biologist: it is necessary to be a logician, mathematician, physicist, cybernetician, and historian of science, to speak only of the most important. I had published a Traité de Logique (very badly named, but this was due to the publisher), but dealing with the development of structures and whose reception by logicians had once again given me the impression of being seated on two or even four stools.
Insights and illusions of philosophy by Piaget, Jean