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There is probably no more abused a term in the history of philosophy than "representation," and my use of this term differs both f ...
... in doing our psychology, we want to attribute mental states fully opaquely because it's the fully opaque reading which tells u ...
I take it that computational processes are both symbolic and formal. They are symbolic because they are defined over representatio ...
Fundamentally the male artist approximates more to the psychology of woman, who, biologically speaking, is a purely creative being ...
There is no psychology; there is only biography and autobiography.
Psychology has nothing to say about what women are really like, what they need and what they want, essentially because psychology ...
Children don't read to find their identity, to free themselves from guilt, to quench the thirst for rebellion or to get rid of ali ...
Central to Jungian psychology is the concept of "individuation," the process whereby a person discovers and evolves his Self, as o ...
Education [is not] a discipline at all. Half vocational, half an emptiness dressed up in garments borrowed from philosophy, psycho ...
The mystic purchases a moment of exhilaration with a lifetime of confusion; and the confusion is infectious and destructive. It is ...
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