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The Teaching Instinct

The Teaching Instinct Author Kip Téllez
ISBN-10 9781317240105
Release 2016-03-17
Pages 134
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How we select, prepare, and support teachers has become a surprisingly common topic among journalists, politicians, and policymakers. Contemporary recommendations on teaching and teachers, whatever their intentions, fail to assess this deeply human activity from its historical roots. In The Teaching Instinct: Explorations Into What Makes Us Human, Kip Téllez invites us to reappraise teaching through a wide lens and argues that our capacity to teach is one part culture, two parts genetic. By rescuing the field of instinct psychology from the margins, this challenging book explores topics as diverse as teaching in other species, teaching across human cultures, and the development of teaching in young children, finally drawing readers into a discussion about how our teaching instinct influences modern teacher learning, selection, and preparation. Drawing on disciplines as diverse as comparative biology, evolutionary psychology, and teacher education policy, Téllez warns us that ignoring or contradicting our teaching instinct results in unhappy teachers and dysfunctional school systems.



Human Hope and the Death Instinct

Human Hope and the Death Instinct Author David Holbrook
ISBN-10 9781483145587
Release 2013-10-22
Pages 330
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Human Hope and the Death Instinct: An Exploration of Psychoanalytical Theories of Human Nature and their Implications for Culture and Education focuses on the study of human nature. The manuscript first offers information on psychology as a form of philosophical anthropology and reactions against the Freudian theory, including the origins of love and hate, death instinct, and metapsychology and negation. The book then discusses human nature and the development of object-relations psychology. Topics include the theories of W. R. D. Fairbairn on love and structure of personality; relationships of psychology, poetry, and science; Fairbairn’s analysis of the logic of hate; and Melanie Klein’s concept of phantasy and aggression. The text evaluates the relationships of identity and social theory, education, culture, and moral development, as well as amorality, progress, and democracy. The manuscript also discusses the connection of psychoanalysis and existentialism, including Jean-Paul Sartre’s concept of freedom and R. D. Laing’s position on existentialism. The book is a vital source of data for readers wanting to study human nature.



Human Feelings

Human Feelings Author Steven L. Ablon
ISBN-10 9781134886906
Release 2013-05-13
Pages 456
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Human Feelings provides a comprehensive overview of the role of emotions in human life. Growing out of the research and writing of members of the Harvard Affect Study Group, the volume brings to bear different disciplinary outlooks and different modes of inquiry on various aspects of human affective experience. The book opens with an section of "Theoretical Considerations" that includes an overview of affective development across the life cycle, an examination of affect and character, and an empirical analysis of gender differences in the expression of emotion. A series of clinical reports involving patients in different age groups comprises the next section, "Affect and the Life Cycle." Subsequent sections on "Trauma, Addiction, and Psychosomatics" and "Transformations of Affect" traverse the realms of neurobiology, addictive suffering, stress disorders, epistemology, creativity, and social organization. A final section, "New Directions," further extends the frontiers of inquiry into nonordinary states of consciousness and the vicissitudes of well-being. An integrative collection of multidisciplinary sweep and scholarly integrity, Human Feelings is a readable source book that brings together rigorous theoretical and developmental studies, experientially vivid self-reporting, and a wealth of illustrative clinical material. An invaluable addition to the libraries of mental health professionals and developmental researchers, this volume will be illuminating for philosophers, social and political scientists, and lay readers as well.



The Living Church

The Living Church Author
ISBN-10 WISC:89062388558
Release 1945
Pages
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The Living Church has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from The Living Church also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full The Living Church book for free.



The Questions of Existence

The Questions of Existence Author Michael Ryan
ISBN-10 9781501052309
Release 2014-08-13
Pages 108
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This book is an exploration of why we are here, who we are and where we are going. This book contains no answers, only questions that will hopefully inspire us to think about where we are heading.



Have You Discovered Your Assignment with Destiny

Have You Discovered Your Assignment with Destiny Author Anthony Ugochukwu Aliche
ISBN-10 1475936664
Release 2012-07-27
Pages 276
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The subject of destiny has attracted various explanations from diverse schools of thought. While some believe in and espouse the philosophy of predestination, others hold that man is the architect of his own destiny—and still others fail to believe in the concept at all. Even among those who believe in the concept of destiny, there is lack of consensus about its definition and its workings given the critical nature of the subject of destiny. There is a need for man to clearly understand and employ the knowledge in his journey from mortality to immortality. In Have You Discovered Your Assignment with Destiny? author Anthony Ugochukwu O. Aliche thoroughly examines the concept of destiny and seeks to guide others to an understanding of how this important aspect of our existence functions. The journey begins with Aliche’s lamentation of man’s inability to acknowledge and define his destiny with particular reference to his assignment with himself, his obligation with his environment, and his assignment with the Creator and the entire cosmos. He believes that life lived without discovering one’s assignment with destiny is life lived without putting God first—and consequently a life tragically wasted. He opens our eyes to the fact that so many lives could make a quantum leap if only they could turn to God and nature for the discovery and manifestation of their destiny. The world would be a better place if we all discovered that we have a role to play individually and collectively, and that we can only achieve if we strive to discover our assignment with destiny.



Full Circle

Full Circle Author Aaron Holmes
ISBN-10 9780595288489
Release 2003-08
Pages 176
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"Live with Merlin and ride on the Dragons breath! Excalibur awaits you! With Full Circle as a guide, we, as humans and individuals, can realize our dreams by allowing magick to be part of us. Aaron hints at some of the early beginning days of spirituality and gives us some history of mystics within society, yesterday and today. As well as providing insightful contrasts between concepts like Meditation, Science and Religion, and Ritual and Ceremony, Aaron walks us step-by-step through the process of developing a strong fundamental foundation for practicing any type of spirituality or tradition. Exercises in each chapter allow for us to apply the information, creating a more personal and deeper understanding of the material. Aaron's passion for his work is quite obvious. With a style of communication that feels like he's sitting right with you, Aaron shows us how to open our eyes to the world around us with absolute comfort. This fascinating work is indeed a full circle of spiritual insight and intriguing concepts that will keep you searching for more and inspire you to make the changes in your life, that have only been waiting for You!"



Explorations in College Reading

Explorations in College Reading Author James Isaac Brown
ISBN-10 PSU:000030851719
Release 1959
Pages 248
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Explorations in College Reading has been writing in one form or another for most of life. You can find so many inspiration from Explorations in College Reading also informative, and entertaining. Click DOWNLOAD or Read Online button to get full Explorations in College Reading book for free.



The Jewish Condition

The Jewish Condition Author Alexander M. Schindler
ISBN-10 080740540X
Release 1995-09-01
Pages 406
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...Role of women in Judaism, the Holocaust, Christian-Jewish relations, and Judaism and medicine.



Explorations

Explorations Author Thomas Clark Pollock
ISBN-10 UOM:49015000504309
Release 1956
Pages 760
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The SAGE Handbook of Complexity and Management

The SAGE Handbook of Complexity and Management Author Peter Allen
ISBN-10 9781446209745
Release 2011-03-18
Pages 672
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The SAGE Handbook of Complexity and Management is the first substantive scholarly work to provide a map of the state of art research in the growing field emerging at the intersection of complexity science and management studies. Edited and written by internationally respected scholars from management and related disciplines, the Handbook will be the definitive reference source for understanding the implications of complexity science for management research and practice. Part One: Foundations introduces complexity science and its implications for the foundations of scientific knowledge, including management knowledge. Part Two: Applications presents the numerous ways in which complexity science models and tools, as well as complexity thinking, are being applied to management and organizational phenomena and the insights gained as a result. Part Three: Interfaces highlights how complexity science is transforming various non-management fields and, in so doing, creating exciting interfaces for bridging between management and related disciplines.



Why Gould Was Wrong

Why Gould Was Wrong Author Nils K. Oeijord
ISBN-10 9780595752034
Release 2003-11-26
Pages 722
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Stephen Jay Gould (1941-2002) was a leading critic of human behavioral genetics, human sociobiology, evolutionary psychology, and the modern evolutionary synthesis. Why Gould Was Wrong explains why Gould's claims were horribly wrong.



Instinct for Freedom

Instinct for Freedom Author Alan Clements
ISBN-10 1577312120
Release 2002
Pages 270
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Considers the natural and spiritual instincts that drive people to seek freedom from such oppressive elements as fear, apathy, and ignorance, challenging readers to apply an intuitive process to transform everyday encounters into liberating experiences. 25,000 first printing. $25,000 ad/promo.



Archetypal Explorations

Archetypal Explorations Author Richard M. Gray
ISBN-10 0415121175
Release 1996
Pages 309
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Archetypal Expressions is a fresh approach to one of Jung's best-know and most exciting concepts. Richard M. Gray uses archetypes as the basis for a new means of interpreting the world and lays the foundations of what he terms an "archetypal sociology". Jung's ideas are combined with elements of modern biology and systems theory to explore the basic human experiences of life, which recur through the ages. Revealing the implicitly cross-cultural and interdisciplinary nature of Jungian Psychology, Archetypal Explorations represents a significant contribution to the literature of archetypes and integrative approaches to human behaviour.



From instinct To Identity

From instinct To Identity Author Breger
ISBN-10 9781412824170
Release 1974
Pages 371
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From Instinct to Identity begins an account of personalitydevelopment by tracing the legacy of the human speciesfrom its primate heritage to its present form. Findingsfrom ethology, primate studies, linguistics, and othersources are used to construct an account of the uniquefeatures of man. Th e evolution of early cultures is shownthrough use of anthropological work. The ideas of Sigmund Freud, particularly as modifi edby Erik Erikson, are presented together with the theoriesand fi ndings of Jean Piaget and his collaborators in a seriesof chapters that follow the person from infancy to adolescence.Other chapters examine play, dreams, and fantasy;anxiety and its eff ects on the development of self; moraldevelopment; and identity. Th e emphasis throughout ison the growth of self, and its impact on social norms. The author blends together theories and findingsfrom psychoanalysis, psychology, ethology, humanisticpsychology, and child development, develops a model ofhuman motivation in which the basic emotional systemsof love, anxiety, aggression, curiosity and intelligence aretraced from their primate background through the humanlife cycle. He brings together classic ideas on guilt andconscience with research on moral reasoning and egodevelopment,and clarifi es diffi cult ideas in a clear, directprose style. This classic volume, now available in paperbackwith a new introduction by the author, will fi nd a newaudience among anthropologists as well as psychologistsinterested in the evolution of human behavior. Louis Breger is professor of psychoanalyticstudies emeritus at the CaliforniaInstitute of Technology in Pasadena.He is a practicing psychotherapist andpsychoanalyst, and is the founding presidentof the Institute of ContemporaryPsychoanalysis, Los Angeles. He haswritten other books and a number ofscholarly articles on psychoanalytic topicsincluding the acclaimed biography, Freud:Darkness in the Midst of Vision, and Dostoevsky: The Author asPsychoanalyst.



Copycats and Contrarians

Copycats and Contrarians Author Michelle Baddeley
ISBN-10 9780300231823
Release 2018-07-10
Pages 256
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A multidisciplinary exploration of our human inclination to herd and why our instinct to copy others can be dangerous in today’s interlinked world Rioting teenagers, tumbling stock markets, and the spread of religious terrorism appear to have little in common, but all are driven by the same basic instincts: the tendency to herd, follow, and imitate others. In today’s interconnected world, group choices all too often seem maladaptive. With unprecedented speed, information flashes across the globe and drives rapid shifts in group opinion. Adverse results can include speculative economic bubbles, irrational denigration of scientists and other experts, seismic political reversals, and more. Drawing on insights from across the social, behavioral, and natural sciences, Michelle Baddeley explores contexts in which behavior is driven by the herd. She analyzes the rational vs. nonrational and cognitive vs. emotional forces involved, and she investigates why herding only sometimes works out well. With new perspectives on followers, leaders, and the pros and cons of herd behavior, Baddeley shines vivid light on human behavior in the context of our ever-more-connected world.



Explorations in the History of Psychology in the United States

Explorations in the History of Psychology in the United States Author Josef Brožek
ISBN-10 0838750397
Release 1984
Pages 333
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This collection of monographs traces the development of psychology in the United States from the 1630s to the present, describing and explaining the influence of European and indigenous doctrines and methods, and chronicling the process from meager beginnings to world leadership in the field. Illustrated.