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Traditionally, marriage involved a kind of bartering, rather than mutual inter-dependence or role sharing. Husbands financially an ...
The man, or the boy, in his development is psychologically deterred from incorporating serving characteristics by an easily observ ...
Within Western medicine, physically ill people approach medical helpers in a manner much different from the psychologically ill. P ...
... in 1950 a very large slice of the white South stood at the crossroads in its attitude toward its colored citizens and [was] ps ...
If we confine ourselves to one life role, no matter how pleasant it seems at first, we starve emotionally and psychologically. We ...
The world of animals in captivity offers us at once a prophetic glimpse and a caricature of the world in which modern man lives ou ...
Perhaps, the highest pleasure in art is identical with the highest pleasure in scientific theory. The emotion which accompanies th ...
The 5307th has collapsed. From a medical viewpoint, they're finished as a fighting unit.... I have never seen human beings in such ...
On the whole, "organic" illnesses of the body are viewed as a misfortune over which the victim has little control. Not so for "men ...
Respect--not tolerance--must be our goal if we would diminish prejudice in our time. For tolerance is often but a gentle disguise ...
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