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Faith Physics And Psychology

Author : John Fitzgerald Medina
ISBN : 1931847304
Genre : Philosophy
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In "Faith Physics and Psychology," John Fitzgerald Medina offers a new understanding of the important role of religion and spirituality in the building of a global society.
Category: Philosophy

Der Magus Von Strovolos

Author : Kyriacos C. Markides
ISBN : 3897674173
Genre : Karma
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Category: Karma

Die Zauberin

Author : Taisha Abelar
ISBN : 393957032X
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Trotzdem Ja Zum Leben Sagen

Author : Viktor E. Frankl
ISBN : 9783641059033
Genre : Psychology
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Mehrere Jahre musste der österreichische Psychologe Viktor E. Frankl in deutschen Konzentrationslagern verbringen. Doch trotz all des Leids, das er dort sah und erlebte, kam er zu dem Schluss, dass es selbst an Orten der größten Unmenschlichkeit möglich ist, einen Sinn im Leben zu sehen. Seine Erinnerungen, die er in diesem Buch festhielt und die über Jahrzehnte Millionen von Menschen bewegten, sollen weder Mitleid erregen noch Anklage erheben. Sie sollen Kraft zum Leben geben.
Category: Psychology

Der Kreative Mensch

Author : Erich Fromm
ISBN : 9783959121705
Genre : Psychology
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„Kreativität“ bezeichnet nach Fromm in erster Linie weder eine Veranlagung noch ein bestimmtes Verhalten, sondern eine Haltung, die einer produktiven Charakterorientierung entspringt. Der Vortrag ‚Der kreative Mensch‘ entstand 1957 – lange bevor alle Welt von Kreativität sprach und kreatives Verhalten eingeübt wurde. Fromm gebraucht den Begriff in einem psychoanalytischen Sinn als erlernte Fähigkeit, aus seinen eigenen motorischen, sinnlichen, affektiven, emotionalen und intellektuell-geistigen Kräften schöpfen zu können. Dinge können nicht kreativ sein. Kreativität ist keine Frage der Technik und des technischen Vermögens, sondern des menschlichen Vermögens, jene Eigenkräfte zu gebrauchen, die den Menschen wachsen lassen und ihm zu seiner Geburt als Mensch verhelfen.
Category: Psychology

Max Wertheimer And Gestalt Theory

Author : D. Brett King
ISBN : 0765802589
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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The ideas of Max Wertheimer (1880-1943), a founder of Gestalt theory, are discussed in almost all general books on the history of psychology, and in most introductory textbooks on psychology. This intellectual biography of Wertheimer is the first book-length treatment of a scholar whose ideas are recognized as of central importance to fields as varied as social psychology, cognitive neuroscience, problem solving, art, and visual neuroscience. King and Wertheimer trace the origins of Gestalt thought, demonstrating its continuing importance in fifteen chapters and several supplements to these chapters. They begin by reviewing Wertheimer's ancestry, family, and childhood in central Europe, and his formal education. They elaborate on his activities during the period in which he developed the ideas that were later to become central to Gestalt psychology, documenting the formal emergence of this school of thought and tracing its development during World War I. The maturation of the Gestalt school at the University of Berlin during 1922-29 is discussed in detail. Wertheimer's everyday life in America during his last decade is well documented, based in part on his son's recollections. The early reception of Gestalt theory in the United States is examined, with extensive references to articles in professional journals and periodicals. Wertheimer's relationships and interaction with three prominent psychologists of the time, Edwin Boring, Clark Hull, and Alexander Luria, are discussed, based on previosly unpublished correspondence. The final chapters discuss Wertheimer's essays on democracy, freedom, ethics, and truth, detail personal challenges Wertheimer faced during his last years. His major work, published after his death, is Productive Thinking. Its reception is examined, and a concluding chapter considers recent responses to Max Wertheimer and Gestalt theory. This intellectual biography will be of interest to psychologists and readers interested in science, modern European history, and the Holocaust. D. Brett King is senior instructor of psychology, Department of Psychology, University of Colorado at Boulder. Michael Wertheimer is Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of Colorado at Boulder.
Category: Biography & Autobiography

Experiencing Flow In Jazz Performance

Author : Elina Hytönen-Ng
ISBN : 9781317137764
Genre : Music
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The term 'flow' refers to experiences where the musician moves into a consciousness in which time seems to be suspended and perception of reality is blurred by unconscious forces. An essential part of the jazz tradition, which often serves as the foundation of the musician's identity, flow is recognised within the greater jazz community as a critical factor in accomplished musicianship. Flow as a concept is so deeply embedded in the scene that these experiences are not generally discussed. It contributes to the musicians' work motivation, providing a vital level of satisfaction and accomplishment. The power of the experience, consciously or unconsciously, has given rise to the creation of heroic images, in which jazz musicians are seen as being bold, yet vulnerable, strong and masculine, but still capable of expressing emotions. In this discourse, musicians are pictured as people constantly putting themselves on the line, exposing themselves and their hearts to one another as well as to the audience. Heroic profiles are richly constructed within the jazz scene, and their incorporation into narratives of flow suggests that such images are inseparable from jazz. It is thus unclear how far the musicians are simply reporting personal experience as opposed to unconsciously perpetuating a profoundly internalised mythology. Drawing on eighteen interviews conducted with professional jazz musicians from around the world, Elina Hytönen-Ng examines the fundamentals of the phenomenon of flow in jazz that has led to this genre's popularity. Furthermore, she draws on how flow experiences are viewed and constructed by jazz musicians, the meanings they attach to it, and the quality of music that it inspires.
Category: Music