Today I read a paper by De Young about Cybernetic Big 5 theory of personality and that led me to think hard about my own conceptualization of personality. The below is an effort to elucidate the CB5T as well as to enhance and point out the commonalities with my own conception.
The Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) and the VIA Survey are two of the most popular tests in psychology for both personal and professional use. There are some similarities but many important differences to understand. These are offered as well as ideas for integration.
Cambridge Psychologist Simon Baron-Cohen joins philosopher Rebecce Roache and The Idea of Evil author Peter Dews to investigate the strangeness of evil.
Sandeep Gautam's insight:
'If you understand something; its difficult to judge it" ; a discussion on what evil is .....to my mind, evil, like any other human trait, cannot be explained away entirely by biological/ social determinants; I believe in free will and strongly believe that choices or agency plays a big part in determining an evil act or an evil propensity. I think they Simon hit the nail on the head at the end ....a belief in determinism appears to be incompatible with a a belief in evil.
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