Perhaps curiosity is its own reward. It's a lot easier to learn something when you're interested in it, and there's certainly something inherently motivating about being curious. Now, a team of researchers think they know why: ...
So We Have No Free Will, But At Least We Are Influencing Half Of The World Science 2.0 A Portuguese research group has found that social networks are allowing us to influence people everywhere, and not only those that we know, but also people that...
You have probably never met Professor Scott Fahlman of Mellon Carnegie University but, like it or not, he has rewired both your brain and mine. In 1982, the computer science lecturer was writing on an electronic university bulletin board and wanted to make a wisecrack about a lift on campus. So no one thought his joke was a safety warning, he followed his post with a :-) and suggested that his colleagues do the same also promoting :-( as a sign of seriousness.
As of July, records show half-dozen lawsuits and formal complaints have been filed against Mascotte by former and current employees who say they have been wronged, discriminated against or harassed in one form or another by city officials.
Our way of looking at things is conditioned by what we are. And since other people are differently constituted, they see things differently and express themselves differently. Adler, one of Freud's earliest pupils, is a case in point. Working with the same empirical material as Freud, he approached it from a totally different standpoint. His way of looking at things is at least as convincing as Freud's, because he also represents a well-known type. I know that the followers of both schools flatly assert that I am in the wrong, but I may hope that history and all fair-minded persons will bear me out.
Both schools, to my way of thinking, deserve reproach for over-emphasizing the pathological aspect of life and for interpreting man too exclusively in the light of his defects. A convincing example of this in Freud's case is his inability...(click title to continue)
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