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The Aspect of Emotional Reaction

The Aspect of Emotional Reaction | philosophy, theology, religion | Scoop.it
A treatise about the aspect of emotional reaction in relation to an individual’s humanity. By understanding where your emotions come from, one can begin to re-program their reactions to situations and develop their higher brain functions. In order for a person to arrive at self-actualization, they must master their emotions and develop logic and reasoning.

Via Dean A. Banks, D.D., Philip Martin Merklinger
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Review: Occupy the Economy – Challenging Capitalism

Review: Occupy the Economy – Challenging Capitalism | philosophy, theology, religion | Scoop.it

SIX STAR (my top 10% across 2000+ non-fiction book). This is an extraordinary book full of straight talk and common sense that sets the stage for a socio-economic revolution, first in the USA and then elsewhere. It does not address the many isolated incidents of collaborative capitalism and the commons that are in motion around the world — for that look up Michel Bauwens and the work of others on the economic commons — and it neglects the coincident need for a political revolution which is what my latest book on Open Power is about — but on balance this is easily a six-star offering.

 

 


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The Aspect of Emotional Reaction

The Aspect of Emotional Reaction | philosophy, theology, religion | Scoop.it
A treatise about the aspect of emotional reaction in relation to an individual’s humanity. By understanding where your emotions come from, one can begin to re-program their reactions to situations and develop their higher brain functions. In order for a person to arrive at self-actualization, they must master their emotions and develop logic and reasoning.

Via Dean A. Banks, D.D.
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