This chapter highlights some holistic aspects of Boesch's cultural psychology, aiming to collaborate to the constructive return to Ganzheitspsychologie, as proposed by Valsiner. It discusses the four theses of Ganzheitspsychologie. The first thesis of Ganzheitpsychologie advocated by the second school of Leipzig proposes that the definition of a whole should be done "through the lack of obvious parts, that is through the non reducibility of the whole". The second thesis states that feelings are the central experiential qualities of human beings and not secondary at all. The third thesis touches on the issue of life as continuous development through the process of transformations of synthesis. And the fourth thesis touches to the notion of structure, stating that it is hierarchical organized according to holistically related forces, giving to the structure its frame. Boesch's Symbolic Action Theory has the interrelated concepts of culture, action (implying a subject-actor), and object as its tripod.