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Amazing Folk Tale Map Reveals Deep Links Between Cultures

Amazing Folk Tale Map Reveals Deep Links Between Cultures | Pahndeepah Perceptions | Scoop.it

“ Researchers used techniques from genetics to explain culture.”


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A Psyche the Size of Earth ~ James Hillman

A Psyche the Size of Earth ~ James Hillman | Pahndeepah Perceptions | Scoop.it

There is only one core issue for all of psychology. Where is the "me"? Where does the "me" begin? Where does the "me" stop? Where does the "other" begin? For most of its history, psychology took for granted an intentional subject: the biographical "me" that was the agent and sufferer of all "doings". For most of its history, psychology located this "me" within human persons defined by their physical skin and their immediate behaviour. The subject was simply "me in my body and in my relations with other subjects". The familiar term that covered this entire philosophical system was "ego", and what the ego registered were called "experiences".

Over the past three decades, all this has been scrutinized, dismantled and even junked. Postmodernism has deconstructed continuity, self, intention, identity, centrality, gender, individuality. The integrity of memory for establishing biographical continuity has been challenged. The unity of the self has fallen before the onslaught of multiple personalities.... (click title for more)


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