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  • [[Category:Psychology]] {{Psychology}}
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  • {{Psychology}} ...llness]]. The field is intended to complement, not to replace, traditional psychology. It does not seek to deny the importance of studying how things go wrong, b
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] {{psychology}}
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] '''Analytical psychology''' is the movement started by [[Carl Jung]] and his followers, after his br
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  • ...ersevered for an additional four days, and, when he finally called off his search, he developed a serious illness from his ordeal (likely a result of exposur ... course, sufficient for me to attain sagehood. And I have been mistaken in searching for the ''li'' in external things and affairs'" (Berthrong, 124). More s
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  • [[Psychology|Psychologically]], humans have a highly developed [[brain]] capable of abst ...body|body]]. For many, it is this inner essence that explains the unique [[psychology|psychological]] and [[sociology|social aspects]] of humans and is the princ
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ...gard homosexual behavior as a sin and believe society should treat it as a moral issue.
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  • ...hat lead to infants thriving or failing to thrive, and in other areas of [[psychology]] questions of motivation, preference, and what people value. [[economics|E ...(and every other type of animal as well). Again, science is limited to the search for elements that promote the purpose of a specific life form (individuals
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  • ...[[psychology|psychologist]] who helped found the school of [[transpersonal psychology]]. He broke away from the prevailing mechanistic materialist paradigm of [[ ...nistic psychology|humanistic]] model allowed psychologists and students of psychology to appreciate the spiritual dimension of human nature.
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  • ...one of the world's best-known intellectuals, Russell's voice carried great moral authority, even into his nineties. Among his political activities, Russell ...s. For although he himself admittedly lacked a cogent system of [[morality|moral]] [[values]] because of his basic philosophical [[skepticism]] about the wo
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  • ...character, and the empirical disciplines known as [[religious studies]]: [[psychology of religion]], [[sociology of religion]], [[history of religion]], among ot ...ir immediate faith experience, is largely a mythical construct of naïve research. By its very nature, the human mind includes an element of reflection, no m
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  • ...addition to a degree in philosophy. He was involved in the clinical arm of psychology, which exposed him to thinkers such as [[Ludwig Binswanger]]. ...position at the [[University of Lille]], where from 1953 to 1954 he taught psychology. In 1954 Foucault published his first book, ''Maladie mentale et personnali
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  • ...f [[lieutenant colonel]]. His Army assignments included stints as chief of psychology at the Army Medical Center in [[Okinawa]], Japan, and assistant chief of ps ... from two of his children.<ref name="Searchstonesmult">M. Scott Peck, ''In Search of Stones: A Pilgrimage of Faith, Reason and Discovery '' (Hyperion, 1995).
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  • ...f name="hume">David Hume, "Of the Standard of Taste." ''David Hume: Essays Moral Political and Literary.'' (Indianapolis, Literary Classics 5, 1987.)</ref> ... because it signifies for us over-consumption and offends our political or moral values.<ref name="aestbq"> Carolyn Korsmeyer, ed. ''Aesthetics: The Big Que
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  • ...al, cultural and [[political movement]]s, [[Theory|theories]] and [[Ethics|moral philosophies]] concerned with [[Discrimination#Gender discrimination|gender ...al, cultural and [[political movement]]s, [[Theory|theories]] and [[Ethics|moral philosophies]] concerned with [[Discrimination#Gender discrimination|gender
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  • ...ich. H. Reichard, “Monogamy—A variable relationship,” ''Max Planck Research'' 3(2002): 62-67.</ref> ...sex: Prevalence and correlates in a national survey,” ''Journal of Sex Research'' 34(1997): 167-174.</ref> Results from a variety of other countries have a
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  • ... that from the beginning we have ''sprouts of virtue'' within ourselves. [[Moral education]] can build upon our originally good nature. We simply need to pr ...als to lead their life into the good direction through their own, internal moral control. Since he is a pessimist in these matters, Hsün-Tzu will rather st
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  • ...of free sex and a strong presumption of cultural relativism tending toward moral relativism. Mead sought to understand cultures not just through anthropolog ...omen's college affiliated with Columbia University) in 1923, majoring in [[psychology]], and enrolled in graduate school at [[Columbia University]]. While in her
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  • ... and the possibility of third-person examination, the behaviorists argued, psychology cannot be scientific.<ref>Ibid. </ref> The way out, therefore, was to elimi Parallel to these developments in psychology, a philosophical behaviorism (sometimes called ''logical behaviorism'') was
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  • ...ended a version of [[moral relativism]]. He emphasised the extent to which moral codes are human creations, sets of customs practiced and upheld by particul ...philosophical ethics more than two and a half thousand years later: Why be moral?
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