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  • ...larly about the nature and [[God, Arguments for the Existence of|existence of God]] (or the “Transcendent”). ...vor, however its object lies at the heart of religion; it is, so to speak, religion’s own self-understanding.
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  • ...s to the purpose, use, value, and reason for individual existence and that of the [[universe]]. ...lly by a supreme being, closely resembles the viewpoint of the [[Abrahamic religions]].
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] {{psychology}}
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  • {{Psychology}} ...ce of studying how things go wrong, but rather to emphasize the importance of using the [[scientific method]] to determine how things go right.
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  • ...among the first attempts to correlate mental functions with specific parts of the brain.]] ... philosophy of mind, although there are other issues concerning the nature of the mind that do not involve its relation to the physical body.
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ...eud]]. It primarily explores how the [[collective unconscious]], that part of the [[unconscious]] that is cross-cultural and common to all human beings,
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  • {{History of economic thought}} ...de]] policy to further the national interest. The modern political economy of [[Adam Smith]] appeared during the [[industrial revolution]], when technolo
    52 KB (7,668 words) - 15:46, 10 January 2018
  • {{epname|Ethics, History of}} ...Europe]] from about AD 400-1400, approximately the period between the fall of Rome and the [[Renaissance]]. Modern Philosophy begins after the Renaissanc
    49 KB (7,624 words) - 15:15, 10 January 2018
  • {{History of economic thought}} The '''Historical school of economics''' was an approach to academic [[economics]] and to public admini
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  • ...of language tends to be dealt with, not as a separate topic, but as a part of [[logic]], [[history]] or [[politics]]. (See the section "Language and Cont ...hich sentences are ''composed'' into a meaningful whole out of the meaning of its ''parts''.
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  • |name =University of Rome "La Sapienza" |rector =Prof. [[Renato Guarini]]
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  • [[Image:battle_culloden.JPG|thumb|300px|Battle of Culloden]] ... and the Royal Army, which supported the Hanoverian sovereign, [[George II of Great Britain]]. Culloden brought the 1745 Jacobite Rising to a close. It w
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  • region = Western Philosophy and Psychology | main_interests = Pragmatism, Psychology, Psychology of Religion, Epistemology, Meaning |
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ...rego]], which is the civilizing "[[instinct]]" that represented the legacy of the [[parent]]al voice, making both inaccessible to the functioning [[Ego]]
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  • ...manipulating objects. Humans share with other primates the characteristics of opposing thumbs, omnivorous diet, five fingers (pentadactyl) with fingernai ...enon|phenomena]] through [[science]], [[philosophy]], [[mythology]], and [[religion]]. Humans also have a marked appreciation for [[beauty]] and [[aesthetics]]
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  • ... sex. He developed a theory of a hierarchy of [[Human_being|human]] needs, of which the highest were the need for "self-actualization" through creative a ...hologists and students of psychology to appreciate the spiritual dimension of human nature.
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  • [[Category:Psychology]] ... "gay" is used predominantly to refer to self-identified homosexual people of either sex. "[[Lesbianism|Lesbian]]" is a gender-specific term that is only
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  • ...gers]], but he relied more on a philosophical model. He was a close friend of the U.S. German-born theologian [[Paul Tillich]]. May's works include ''Lov ...g life's challenges with purpose and meaning, which he called having "true religion," as a path to healing and [[mental health]].
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  • ... [[mathematics]], [[philosophy of language]], [[philosophy of science]], [[religion]] | ... the same time, his stances on many topics were extremely controversial. [[Religion|Religiously]], he was an [[agnosticism|agnostic]] or an [[atheism|atheist]]
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  • ...did not include explicitly [[religion|religious]] concepts, or any mention of God, in his psychological theories. ...gan at home. When he was a child, his mother often read to him of exotic [[religions]] from an illustrated children's book. His father was a vicar, but he was
    32 KB (4,752 words) - 16:41, 11 January 2017

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