Christian humanism emphasizes the humanity of Jesus, his social teachings and his propensity to synthesize human spirituality and materialism.[citation needed] It regards humanist principles like universal human dignity and individual freedom and the primacy of human happiness as essential and principal components of, or at least compatible with, the teachings of Jesus.[citation needed] Christian humanism can be seen as a philosophical union of Christian ethics and humanist principles. The term humanism was coined by theologian Friedrich Niethammer at the beginning of the 19th century. Christian humanism has its roots in the traditional teaching that humans are made in the image of God (Latin Imago Dei) which is the basis of individual worth and personal dignity. This found strong biblical expression in the Judeo-Christian attention to righteousness and social justice. Its linkage to more secular philosophical humanism can be traced to the 2nd-century AD writings of Justin Martyr, an early ...
Humanism does not scare Christians. Well, it doesnt scare Christians that actually observe what they say they believe. I disagree with asserting that all Christians be lumped into this Sunday lunch stereotype. There are ways of knowing that you are right with God. It does not require actions, yet these are what seem to be necessary in your sight in order to justify ones standing with God. Care and concern for others is precisely what Christ exemplified in his actions, which were a product of not only his deity but his example as a human. Beck clearly has not understood Christianity except from a negative starting point. Who is Beck to tell a Christian what he should and should not be doing? Simply put, it seems that you and Beck are asserting your own humanism and expecting Christians to abide by such. I am not afraid of humanism, I am just afraid of a humanism that asserts the right that every person decides his own definition of humanism. Sure, there is credence in the claim that many ...
Posted on 06/20/2007 5:24:39 AM PDT by spirited irish. In addition to original Darwinism, today there are two other versions of evolutionary theory: punctuated equilibrium and neo-Darwinism, a revamped version of the original Darwinism. No matter the variant though, evolution serves as the creation myth for the theological and philosophical worldview of Evolutionary Humanism (Naturalism). Evolution is a religion, declared evolutionary Humanist Michael Ruse. This was true of evolution in the beginning and it is true still today One of the most popular books of the era was Religion Without Revelation, by Julian Huxley, grandson of Thomas Huxley As always evolution was doing everything expected of religion and more. (National Post, Canadian Edition, 5/13/2000) Humanism is a philosophical, religious, and moral point of view. (Humanist Manifestos I & II, 1980, Introduction, Paul Kurtz) The primary denominations of Evolutionary Humanism are Cultural Marxism/Communism, Secular Humanism, Postmodernism, ...
Humanism in Rome in the 15th Century To support a conference on humanism in Rome in the 15th century, a period neglected because of previous scholarly attention paid to Quattrocento Florenceand Venice and Cinquecento Rome. Sessions will include early Roman humanism in relation to the Papal Curia, art and antiquity.. ...
On the ladder of evolution, near the rung of religion, you will find humanism. Its a fairly straightforward and simple philosophy, which is to its advantage. Typically humanism focuses on the value of human beings, and supports rational decisions that will improve the lives of humans as a whole. Which sounds great… if only the reality werent lacking. Unfortunately, like its sibling Philosophy, humanism is a ideology that has difficulty moving forward.. Humanists in the past likely would have found current medical techniques grotesque perversions of nature. Cutting someone open and placing technology within them? A defamation of what it means to be human, all those with pacemakers or cochlear implant should be put out of their unnatural (or is it unholy?) misery. Prosthesis? What value does life have when youre forced to live as an abomination to humankind. etc. (its unfair to put words in the mouths of the dead, but this is a realistic analysis.). Once a technology becomes mainstream (ie, ...
It also involves a fight against ableism, in as there is nothing especially ideal about the (young, muscular, male, white, healthy) human body. The Vitruvian Man, which was the very symbol of Humanism, was also a symbol of the intrinsically exclusionary nature of Humanism. Posthumanism and Transhumanism are also primarily an inclusionary process that explodes the exclusionary walls of Humanism, without negating its important values. The fact that Posthumanism and Transhumanism have moved beyond the Humanism tradition originating in Renaissance Humanism does not mean rejecting Humanism entirely: some of its basic foundations are also at the basis of both Anarchism (which is in essence a humanist philosophy) and Trans/Posthumanism. For example, one of the most important contributions of Humanism was replacing religious thinking, as a basis for ethical values, with a vision of ethics grounded in human rights. Accepting that we live in a world of natural phenomena, approached through science and ...
Six Characteristics of Good Teachers Teaching from a Humanistic Orientation Teachers primary goal is the understand their students needs, values, motives, and self-perceptions...most importantly the teachers goal is to help the student learn Humanistic atmosphere is established in the classroom by the teacher expressing genuine interest in each student. In a humanistic setting students are more likely to openly discuss their opinions, feelings and problems with learning The teacher guides the students into the correct action, she does not tell them what to do. Pause & Reflect Can you recall any teachers who used the humanistic technique? Did you like these teachers? Did you feel you learned from them? Would you model yourself after these teachers? The Humanistic Model Defining the Helping Situation Exploring the Problem Developing Insight Planning and Decision Making Integration Using the Humanistic model for instruction leads to students who believe their teachers care about them as people, ...
Neuroanthropology. Where does neuroanthropology work in comparison to this approach? In a broad sense, we are in large agreement - social causation, human development, daily experience, and neurobiological systems come together in important ways that lend insight into the human lifecourse, health and development, and our behavior. I like their attention to linking social causation, biological systems, and outcomes, and advocate that people interested in neuroanthropology pay close attention to that style of reasoning.. The differences are more in the conceptualization of specific problems. Addiction is not just a behavioral health outcome, it is something that is neuroanthropological in itself, involving subjective experience, social contexts, and biological systems. I undertake a similar sort analysis in my post, The Insidious, Elusive Becoming: Addiction in Four Steps. Similarly, concepts like stress and executive function are areas ripe for neuroanthropological analysis. Greg has already done ...
HUMANISM AT LARGE Our Christian Language Peg Tittle Several years ago, I held a position at Nipissing University in Canada that involved working with students to improve their writing skills. At the time, all students admitted to the publicly funded university had to take a writing competency test, and I ...
Out of the darkness a warm light - streaks of yellow, orange and red - like flickering flames, flowing lava or glowing embers. Amidst the gleaming flames the red figure of a person stretching their arms up high. The Happy Human, the international symbol of the humanistic organisations, stands on a most aesthetic centre stage. Several carefully positioned layers of painted glass create a three-dimensional setting with a spatial effect that a picture cannot capture. Standing before one of these works, the viewer becomes enmeshed in the depth of light that shines through symbols of peace and human rights.. ShineonHu is an art project that puts the practice of Humanism in focus. The creative and technical mind behind ShineonHu is the designer and visual artist Pete Stary. For over three years the humanist has been producing illuminated objects of art in his own atelier. Gradually the idea developed that rather than decorative forms he could set meaningful symbols in the steel and between the layers ...
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By A S Q Visser. The logo is likely one of the so much outstanding literary innovations of Renaissance humanism. The symbolic imagery awarded in those Neo-Latin logo books constituted an enormous effect on many parts in early glossy literature and artwork. This quantity presents the 1st finished research of Sambucus influential "Emblemata" (first released by way of Christopher Plantin, Antwerp, 1564). It reconstructs the cultural-historical contexts during which it used to be produced, therefore reconsidering the social and advertisement services of the humanist logo. observed by way of an in depth research of person trademarks, it takes under consideration the trademarks classical intertextuality and the connection among notice and picture. This research indicates how the emblematic perform can vary from modern image and brand theories, that have usually colored smooth interpretations of the genre." ...
If it was good enough for 3 men to write the Federalist Papers as Publius I see nothing wrong with FunPsych, autumns-leaf or Dr John doing the same even if we disagree on points. We do not debate names, We debate ideas. As others and autumns-leaf have pointed out, pushing the status quo does not really put your reputation on the line. Dr Pies again claims that psychiatry needs to be firmly based in medical and neurological science, while at the same time embracing the humanist tradition and the skills of the psychotherapist. In reality what doctor of any type would not make the same lofty claim for the goal of his field? Science and humanism.The fact is by its very nature psychiatry is not at all grounded in medical and neurological science and it never has been despite 100 plus years of trying. The reason Dr Pies and others are so quick to fall back on the need to meld science and humanism in psychiatry is because there is no explanatory science(drug studies do not count) and humanism is ...
If it was good enough for 3 men to write the Federalist Papers as Publius I see nothing wrong with FunPsych, autumns-leaf or Dr John doing the same even if we disagree on points. We do not debate names, We debate ideas. As others and autumns-leaf have pointed out, pushing the status quo does not really put your reputation on the line. Dr Pies again claims that psychiatry needs to be firmly based in medical and neurological science, while at the same time embracing the humanist tradition and the skills of the psychotherapist. In reality what doctor of any type would not make the same lofty claim for the goal of his field? Science and humanism.The fact is by its very nature psychiatry is not at all grounded in medical and neurological science and it never has been despite 100 plus years of trying. The reason Dr Pies and others are so quick to fall back on the need to meld science and humanism in psychiatry is because there is no explanatory science(drug studies do not count) and humanism is ...
Much has happened since the formulation and the publication of the Humanist Manifesto. Under able and vigorous leadership in this and other countries, Humanism has become an international stream of thought and commitment aiming at a basic revision of the human outlook and a revaluation of values. I still think the adjective, naturalistic, best symbolizes the perspective of religious Humanism since it calls attention to its rejection of supernaturalism. Modern naturalism is, inevitably, evolutionary in its premises. . . . As I see it, it is all a matter of accent. The essential thing is to have a common framework.. Is Humanism a religion, perhaps, the next great religion? Yes, it must be so characterized, for the word, religion, has become a symbol for answers to that basic interrogation of human life, the human situation, and the nature of things-which every human being, in some degree and in some fashion, makes. What can I expect from life? What kind of universe is it? Is there, as some say, a ...
religious morality has been a partial bulwark against anarchy on the one hand, and the rise of totalitarian tyranny on the other. I have also expounded on this topic previously elsewhere.[30] This benefit is true also for other religions, particularly Buddhism [photo, left] and Hinduism, which have provided peace, moral guidance, and solace to an otherwise trying existence for countless millions in Asia and elsewhere over the centuries.. The length of this already quite extended historical review article precludes expounding on the possible effects of skepticism, angst, irreligion, and the stress and fast pace of modern life on the state of mind and mental health of contemporary society. Let me just remind the reader that mental illness, random violence and senseless crime have been on the rise concomitant with modern technological advances.[25,29,31] And as early as the 19th century through the mid-20th century, eminent psychoanalysts, Sigmund Freud (1856-1939) and Carl Jung (1875-1961); ...
The focus on secularity comes at a critical time for European social and political attitudes within a global context, in which many principles are fundamentally being challenged. In particular, the very European truce between secular humanism and religious traditions has come under increasing scrutiny, challenged both from within and without. The issue asks: has the search for mutual disambiguation, an exorcism of the ghost of the (belief of the) other, given rise to a profound lack of comprehension between cultures of belief and non-belief? Contributors examine the historical entanglement of secular humanisms and religious traditions, the forbearance of European religious history, and the ways in which majority religion in Europe has never been rid of challenges from other modes of life, religious or otherwise. Contributors also write from the context of Iran, Turkey, Russia and Congo to examine forms of religious hybridity and disputed spaces and representations of belief and secularity which ...
Jennings Brown at Vocative says left-leaning "natural health" sites were the pioneering sources of fake news, before the right-wing, pro-Trump wave of hoax reporting that consumed Facebook. Russell Moore of the Southern Baptist Convention is an outspoken opponent of Trump, and its caused many evangelicals to turn against him. Jonathan Merritt says this is a bad idea, and from what I know of Moore, I agree with Merritt. I bet Moores smarter than anyone in the SBC who wants to push him aside. The Charity Commission for England and Wales decrees that Jediism is not a religion. Yesterday was the 20th anniversary of the death of Carl Sagan, and 10 years ago I wrote about how I had felt about his passing 10 years before that. Wait, Ken Ham is pro-LGBT rights? Oh, no, of course not. He just wants to claim the rainbow for God, which I suppose He appreciates. Adam Ruins Everything explains the origins of Christmas, featuring some very turnt Peanuts-esque characters. Samantha Bee and Glenn Beck eat each ...
The Liaison Committee on Medical Education recently set standards for cultural diversity training as part of the medical school curriculum. To the authors knowledge, this is the first description of a faculty-development program designed to develop the capacity of the clinical faculty to integrate culture and advocacy education into clinical training. The paper describes the first two years of the development of an ongoing cultural competence curriculum that has been integrated into the training of community preceptors from 13 medical schools in New England and New York. The training, entitledTeaching the Culture of the Community, consists of four 2.5-hour modules that include interactive lectures and small-group role-play exercises on cultural needs assessment, patient-centered interviewing, feedback on cultural issues and use of the community to enhance cultural understanding. The 137 participants in the first two years of the program (1999-00 and 2000-01) reported a high level of acceptance of the
Created by the National LGBT Cancer Network as part of our LGBT cultural competence curriculum, the video contrasts LGBT-affirming and unwelcoming practices in
The article "Towards an Applied Neuroanthropology of Psychosis: Interplay of Culture, Brains, and Experience" by Myers, provided an ethnographic case study of a man diagnosed with schizoaffective disorder and the events of his life that led to his diagnosis. In the interview, Leroy (the subject of study), discussed his upbringing. From birth he was label by his grandmother to have the veil over his eyes which culturally for her meant that he could see what others could not. In his childhood he saw things, and had dreams and so his aunt performed exorcisms to rid him of the spirits, which worked for him. But growing up poor with no way out of his situation led him to make poor decisions, that he knew were bad but did out of care for his friends. Eventually this led him to prison. In prison he was a model prisoner which ultimately led to his downfall, in which he was alienated. Eventually this stress triggered him to offend an officer who put him in solitary for 80 days. A man who had was prone ...
David Koepsell was Director of Education for CFI. He was executive director of the Council for Secular Humanism from 2003-2008 and was a co-instructor with the CFI Institute from 2012 to 2016. Koepsell has been an Associate Professor of philosophy at the Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands, where he taught ethics and engineering as well as research ethics to masters and PhD students, and has been a Visiting Scholar at the Instituto de Filosoficas at UNAM, in Mexico City where he now resides and works at the Mexican National Commission for Bioethics and the Autonomous Metropolitan University of Mexico City, Xochimilco. He holds a law degree (1995) and PhD in Philosophy (1997) from the University at Buffalo, and has authored and edited numerous books, as well as popular and scholarly articles, and has spoken to audiences worldwide on issues relating to civil rights, secularism, science and technology, ethics, humanism, and ontology. He has provided commentary on these topics in a ...
Rett Terrell is playing the title character in the Oklahoma-made short film "The Grave." [Photo provided]. Perched in a tall chair and dressed in a snazzy suit, Rett Terrell sits still as makeup artist Krystal Rose McKinley dabs thick layers of black greasepaint around his eyes. Only the actors mouth is moving as he cracks wise through preparation for the lengthy final day of location filming on The Grave, an Oklahoma-made short film he waited two years to bring to life. Its definitely the eye makeup, Terrell jokes. No, when I was a kid, I grew up reading comic books and everything about this story spoke to me. Dressed in the olive-drab uniform and wide-brimmed hat of a World War I doughboy, Collin Place awaits his turn in the makeup chair, scanning his script as strong late afternoon sunshine beams through the wide windows of PhotoArt Studios in the Plaza District. Im supposed to be his best friend from the war who he couldnt save. So his guilt from his death weighs on his shoulders and ...
The time has come for widespread recognition of the radical changes in religious beliefs throughout the modern world. The time is past for mere revision of traditional attitudes. Science and economic change have disrupted the old beliefs. Religions the world over are under the necessity of coming to terms with new conditions created by a vastly increased knowledge and experience. In every field of human activity, the vital movement is now in the direction of a candid and explicit humanism. In order that religious humanism may be better understood we, the undersigned, desire to make certain affirmations which we believe the facts of our contemporary life demonstrate.. There is great danger of a final, and we believe fatal, identification of the word religion with doctrines and methods which have lost their significance and which are powerless to solve the problem of human living in the Twentieth Century. Religions have always been means for realizing the highest values of life. Their end has been ...
The question of who we are and what vision of humanity we assume in Western culture lies at the heart of hotly debated questions on the role of religion in education, politics, and culture in general.
Amdur, R. J., & Bankert, E. A. (2002). Institutional review board : management and function. W 50 .I56 2002. Annas, G. J., & Grodin, M. A. (1992). The Nazi doctors and the Nuremberg Code : human rights in human experimentation. W; 20.55; .H9; N39; 1992. Bonkovsky, F., Bioethics Program. National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Office of Human Subjects Research., National Institutes of Health (U.S.). Office of Intramural Research., Clinical Center. (1994). Issues in biomedical research involving cognitively impaired subjects : an edited transcription of the proceedings with invited guest speakers, Leonard Berg, Lucille Cartwright, Jay Katz, Robert Levin, Bruce Miller, and the National Institute on Aging, Institutional Review Board ROBOTIC RETRIEVAL SYSTEM - RRS - HE 20.3002:C 69. Brody, B. A. (1998). The ethics of biomedical research : an international perspective. W; 20.5; .B76; 1998. Brody, H. (2007). Hooked : ethics, the medical profession, and the pharmaceutical industry. W 50 .B765 ...
In a way humanism proves itself to be a more holistic learning theory. The hierarchy of needs considers both internal and external motivations for behavior and learning (physiological as well as psychological needs). However, ultimately it does not provide an in-depth look at the learning process and instead focuses on the atmosphere that must exist for learning to occur. However, the environment suggested by humanism is one that allows for self-exploration and interaction with the world. This is in line with Piagets theory ...
Then the disciples went back to their homes, but Mary stood outside the tomb crying. As she wept, she bent over to look into the tomb and saw two angels in white, seated where Jesus body had been, one at the head and the other at the foot. They asked her, "Woman, why are you crying?" "They have taken my Lord away," she said, "and I dont know where they have put him." At this, she turned around and saw Jesus standing there, but she did not realize that it was Jesus. "Woman," he said, "why are you crying? Who is it you are looking for?" Thinking he was the gardener, she said, "Sir, if you have carried him away, tell me where you have put him, and I will get him." Jesus said to her, "Mary." She turned toward him and cried out in Aramaic, "Rabboni!" (Which means Teacher). Jesus said, "Do not hold on to me, for I have not yet returned to the Father. Go instead to my brothers and tell them, I am returning to my Father and your Father, to my God and your God." Mary Magdalene went to the disciples ...
Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone addresses the Italian Senate on Caritas Veritate. The following is a translation of the Discourse, given in Italian, which Cardinal Tarcisio Bertone, SDB, Secretary of State, addressed to the Italian Senate on Tuesday, 28 July [2009].. Benedict XVI begins his Encyclical with a deep, comprehensive introduction in which he reflects on and analyzes the words of the title which closely link caritas and veritas: love and truth.. This is not only a sort of explicatio terminorum, an initial explanation which seeks to point out the fundamental principles and perspectives of his entire teaching. Indeed, like the musical theme of a symphony, the theme of truth and charity then recurs throughout the document precisely because, as the Pope writes, in it is the principal driving force behind the authentic development of every person and of all humanity.1. But, we ask ourselves, which truth and which love are meant? There is no doubt that today these very concepts give rise ...
Humanist organizations should be looking at this local effort and saying, "Here is yet another local organization interested in what we are seeking to promote. We should seek out its leaders and ask what kind of support we can give." An International Society of Traffic Management, if such a group existed, would offer itself as a resource to local groups wishing to petition for changes in local traffic management. They would not see the Sometown School Traffic Safety Committee as a hostile splinter group. They would see it as a subgroup potentially worthy of membership with a legitimate concern - and its first step should be to offer help in realizing that concern ...
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One of the greatest challenges to confront an artist is drawing the human figure. Our bodies are infinitely complex yet intimately familiar, giving rise to a subject that is difficult to depict accurately yet judged incessantly. The human figure is almost overwhelmingly complex for the artist to draw. The human figure is an organic structure that defies geometric simplification. It is composed of bones, muscles, and organs, all of which are covered by a flexible layer of skin. The body has many moving parts that make it almost impossible to define as a shape. Within its skeleton are more... ...
A non-religious inmate in Nevada sued the states Department of Corrections for denying him perks given to religious prisoners.A judge has now ruled in favor of that discrimination.
Comparou-se o início da atenção pré-natal durante o primeiro trimestre da gravidez (adequação do início do acompanhamento) a partir de entrevistas com as mulheres e a coleta de dados junto ao sistema de informações de saúde pré-natal (SISPRENATAL). Foram entrevistadas 238 mulheres que fizeram o pré-natal nas Unidades da Saúde da Família em Vespasiano, Minas Gerais. Informações sobre a idade gestacional e primeira visita pré-natal foram coletadas. As entrevistas e a análise do SISPRENATAL indicaram que cerca de 30% das mulheres tiveram início de acompanhamento pré-natal inadequado. Entrevistas e os dados do SISPRENATAL tiveram um nível razoável de concordância pela análise de adequação da iniciação (Kappa=0,35; IC 95%: 0,22-0,48). A partir de modelos de regressão observou-se que a concordância foi mais provável quando as mulheres se recordavam dos procedimentos de acompanhamento ou quando não utilizaram o setor privado. O uso do setor privado (16,4%) foi associado ...
Comparou-se o início da atençao pré-natal durante o primeiro trimestre da gravidez (adequaçao do início do acompanhamento) a partir de entrevistas com as mulheres e a coleta de dados junto ao sistema de informaçoes de saúde pré-natal (SISPRENATAL). Foram entrevistadas 238 mulheres que fizeram o pré-natal nas Unidades da Saúde da Família em Vespasiano, Minas Gerais. Informaçoes sobre a idade gestacional e primeira visita pré-natal foram coletadas. As entrevistas e a análise do SISPRENATAL indicaram que cerca de 30% das mulheres tiveram início de acompanhamento pré-natal inadequado. Entrevistas e os dados do SISPRENATAL tiveram um nível razoável de concordância pela análise de adequaçao da iniciaçao (Kappa=0,35; IC 95%: 0,22-0,48). A partir de modelos de regressao observou-se que a concordância foi mais provável quando as mulheres se recordavam dos procedimentos de acompanhamento ou quando nao utilizaram o setor privado. O uso do setor privado (16,4%) foi associado a data ...
Main features In 1963, the first president of the Association for Humanistic Psychology, James Bugental, put forward five basic provisions of this area of psychology: Man as a whole being greater than the sum of its parts (in other words, a person can not be explained as a result of the scientific study of its partial functions). The human being deployed in the context of human relationships (in other words, a person can not be explained by its partial functions, which are not taken into account the interpersonal experience). The man knows himself to (and can not be understood in psychology, which does not consider it a continuous, multi-level self-awareness). A person has a choice of (a person is not a passive observer of the process of its existence: he creates his own experience). Man intentsialen (the man turned to the future and in his life has a purpose, value and meaning.)
Pixo Lamp - The Pixo Lamp may be full of humanistic character, but at its core it is an incredibly efficient light fit for workspaces both in the home and at t...
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baruch_Spinoza. Keep in mind that all of this anti-God secular humanism, philosophy, ethics, evolution, eugenics and collectivism has been developed for the past 300 years to lay the groundwork for the extermination of the human race from planet Earth. And in order for it to move forward the world needs secular, amoral, areligious Jews to give its approval.. But the secular age is coming to a close so these sociopathic people are having to advance these anti-God, anti-life ideas as fast as possible and their agenda becomes more and more obvious galvanizing people who were unaware before then.. But the death worshipers arent going to be successful since the words of God, via the Jews who have stayed true to them, will prevail because more and more people are deciding to choose life and fight for it.. ...
The legendary philosopher and promoter of Secular Humanism Paul Kurtz died last October. He was someone who always cared less about Gods existence and more about what we ought to do with our lives after wed figured out that God didnt exist.His final book, published yesterday, is called The Turbulent Universe. In it, he lays out his vision of a global ethics based on universal human rights, free inquiry, and living with exuberance.Below is an excerpt from the book in which he questions the improbable events in our life:[Click headline for more…]
Please dont take this question the wrong way. Im not trying to be insensitive; this is a genuine question.. Maria, you say that "despite the very well documented horrific effects of poverty, chronic stress and inequality on the brain, THE MAJORITY WHO GROW UP POOR DO NOT DEVELOP ADDICTIONS, OTHER MENTAL ILLNESS OR COMMIT CRIMES.". Assuming thats true (I have no idea if it is or not, so Ill trust you), whats the real-world significance of a study like this? If the "horrific effects of poverty" on the brain do not translate into real-world consequences such as addictions, mental illness, and/or criminal activity, then is this (to take the original posters example) "like saying that slavery is both harmful to people and morally wrong because it impacts brains"?. It just seems to me that either poverty-impacted brain development/function leads to real-world problems - thus lending at least some weight to the question of what really can be done to help those already living in poverty, or ...
Im hoping this is the last of the recent Thursday editions - the end of the semester is getting close, and with it the heavy teaching load Ive had on Mondays and Wednesdays. But onto the round up - its free will, climate change, mind and anthropology this week. Top of the List Gretchen Reynolds,…
Mind, anthro, and video games, after the ones that most caught my attention this week. Top of the List Pierre Jacob, What Do Mirror Neurons Contribute To Human Social Cognition? Pdf of a 2008 article that proposes an alternative theory of mirror neurons. Rather than mind-reading and cognitive representations, its about engaging with the other…
Despite the advanced technologies at our disposal today, a complete health history and physical examination remain the most crucial diagnostic tools in any healthcare practitioners arsenal. And no one teaches these all-important skills better than Mark H. Swartz, MD, FACP. For nearly two decades, Dr. Swartzs textbook has shown readers how to derive the maximum diagnostic information from interviewing and examining patients. Using a compassionate, humanistic approach, Dr. Swartz explores how cultural differences can influence communication, diet, family relationships, and health practices and beliefs, and demonstrates that your interpersonal awareness is just as essential in physical diagnosis as your level of technical skill. In this 6th Edition, a new chapter on the focused physical exam prepares you for the USMLE Step 2 CS and the OSCE. You can access the complete contents of the book online at www.studentconsult.com. Discussions of special considerations emphasize cultural differences that ...
The therapeutic relationship (also therapeutic alliance, the helping alliance, or the working alliance) refers to the relationship between a healthcare professional and a client (or patient). It is the means by which a therapist and a client hope to engage with each other, and effect beneficial change in the client. While much early work on this variable was generated from a psychodynamic perspective, researchers from other orientations have since investigated this area. It has been found to predict treatment adherence (compliance) and concordance and outcome across a range of client/patient diagnoses and treatment settings. Research on the statistical power of the therapeutic relationship now reflects more than 1,000 findings. Informal coercion is common, and may be unintentional on the part of the therapist. In the humanistic approach, Carl Rogers identified a number necessary and sufficient conditions that are required for therapeutic change to take place. These include the three core ...
The very nature of humanistic study and of the profession which conducts it has been the focus of much recent debate around the "crisis" in academia. This debate is by no means new. The turn into the new millennium sparked the conversation about knowledge production in the humanities into a firestorm of conferences, talks, presentations, articles, chapters and special journal issues by many humanities scholars seeking to define not only the question of what humanists do in the university, but also matters of professionalism, or how we produce and value our work. The debate constellates among a variety of needs but many of these are the same practical concerns that directly affect #alt-ac scholars in our current, shaky economy, namely: decreased enrollment in humanistic studies; limited opportunities for publishing and therefore promotion; and, finally, a glut of PhDs in a time of decreased numbers of faculty positions.. Two significant critiques are pertinent to discussion of humanistic study in ...
There is, to be sure, a palpable fingernails on a chalkboard ugliness in the fact that these frantic futurists seem too well pleased to permit a vanishingly small minority of actual humans to stand for "humanity at large" in these angelic aspirations of theirs. But this is, after all, one of the oldest tricks in the humanist book, inasmuch as the universal rights and values of humanism have rarely extended to all humanity, and rarely even to the humanists own servants -- and so I suppose it is unfair to hold this sort of parochialism against folks who are likely to insist quite happily that they are posthumanists after all. Nevertheless, it does seem that it might repay scrutiny to ponder why such urgent and recurrent escapist imagery issues from folks otherwise so firmly convinced of their this-worldly hyperrealism. At what point do we begin to wonder whether accelerationalist discourse isnt just another secular upwelling out of Americas deep puritanical, misanthropic, apocalyptic psychic ...
Her critical and troubling treatment of hierarchy and humanism or identity and ideology always impressed readers. At the same time there was always something unsettling and uncomfortable-perhaps even conservative or reactionary-about her work.. To honor her passing, I picked up her last book, a vampire novel called Fledgling, published by Seven Stories Press, better known for its lefty nonfiction titles. While devouring this parting narrative-her books are often intoxicating page-turners-I immediately saw connections to the first book of hers I read, Dawn.. Dawns most daring maneuver was not the unattractive aliens on the breathing bio-ship that rescued the xenophobic humans after a nuclear holocaust-nor even the seemingly benevolent freaks rejection of humanitys apparently inherent hierarchies; rather, Butler busted boundaries with bizarre, kinky, and blissful] psychedelic interspecies sex. Even though the humans cannot hell but like it, do they really want it? As one might imagine, the ...
Humanism isnt just a lofty label to attach to what I aspire to, or to identify myself with a particular sect of humanity. Its also a reminder to myself about how I want to live. Today, I want to share something I read a while back on Greta Christinas blog - a personal account of…
Walter J. Moore, MD is Professor of Medicine and Division Chief of Rheumatology and Adult Allergy at the Medical College of Georgia. He is a Fellow in the American College of Physicians and the American College of Rheumatology. He is the Director of Medical Education for MCG Medical Center. Dr. Moore is a board certified rheumatologist with interests in inflammatory connective tissue diseases and soft tissue disorders. His numerous awards include: the 2001 J. Willis Hurst Teaching Award recipient from the American College of Physicians Georgia chapter in recognition of his outstanding bedside teaching abilities; the 2005 Georgia Rural Health Associations Distinguished Educator Award; the 2006 MCG Educator of Year award; the Leonard Tow Humanism in Medicine Award from the MCGs School of Medicine Class of 2006 in recognition of his compassion and sensitivity in the delivery of care to patients and family members and the 2008 MCG Faculty Senate Distinguished Institutional Service Award. He is ...
The common thread between teaching and clinical care is education, Fong said. There is a big education component to clinical interaction - educating and counseling the patient, explaining why they are the way they are, and why their children are the way they are and providing a perspective.. I dont have a monolithic definition of humanism, but part of what makes us human is cultural transmission, passing on what we know and have learned to the next generation non-genetically, he said. This is where teaching and communication are involved. Teaching is considered one of the high arts of what makes us human. I often think that teaching is the process of seeing a mind being opened up, sometimes over small points and other times in big perspectives. Those moments are extremely rewarding.. Chin-To Fong comes from what he calls a very humble family, who lived in the ghettos of Hong Kong. His love of education took root there.. His father, from a peasant family in a village in southern China, ...
No other doctor in the world is doing this hymen operation," Dr. Matsukubo has said. "If I did not do it, it would be very unfortunate for many women. Their position in the world is very unequal.. "Sometimes a girl cannot marry the man she has loved. The man who ultimately offers her marriage expects her to come to him unspoiled. Many of these girls ask me to help them.. "I stand between sex and humanism. I do this for the happiness of women. I work out of compassion.". His operation-called the "Jinko Shojo"-takes about 20 minutes and its cost is $84. He also re- stores vaginas that have been damaged in childbirth, and performs plastic cosmetic surgery on breasts and noses.. Dr. Matsukubo first turned to the hymen operations as a result of an experience as an army doctor during the war. One group of school girls had been evacuated from Tokyo to escape air raids. Eight of them bathed in a public bath that had been used by a soldier with a venereal disease and apparently became infected in this ...
International academic mobility has been a cornerstone of universities dating back as far as the 12th and 13th centuries when they began to flower throughout the European continent. With a clear understanding of the multiple benefits of academic mobility and the rich and diverse learning environment it created, the University of Bologna, the oldest university in Europe, adopted the Constitutio Habita, an academic charter that ensured and protected the rights and free movement of a traveling scholar in the pursuit of education. The widely referred to concept of "academic freedom" today stems from the idea of this charter.. Mobility took on a broader dimension with the emergence of Humanism in Europe in the late 15th and 16th centuries. Scholars and scientists the likes of Copernicus and Vesalius and the Dutch humanist and philosopher, Desiderius Erasmus, began to flock to universities in neighboring countries to immerse themselves in new cultures and discover new sources of knowledge and fresh ...
Dr. B. R. Ambedkar is one of the most eminent intellectual figures of modern India. The present year is being celebrated as 125th Birth Anniversary of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar. Educationist and humanist from all over the world are celebrating 125th Birth Anniversary of Dr. B. R. Ambedkar by organizing various events and programmes. In this regard the Centre for Positive Philosophy and Interdiscipinary Studies (CPPIS) Pehowa (Kurukshetra) took an initiative to be a part of this mega event by organizing (...) an national level esssay competition for students, publication of books, posters and research journals on Dr. B.R. Ambedkar. Dr. B.R. Ambedkars ideas, writings and outlook could well be characterized as belonging to that trend of thought called Social Humanism. He developed a socio-ethical philosophy and steadfastly stood for human dignity and freedom, socio-economic justice, material prosperity and spiritual discipline. He showed the enlightening path for Indian society via his ideals of freedom, ...
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The writings of atheist poster boys Sam Harris, Christopher Hitchens, Richard Dawkins and Daniel Dennett do not offer solace to the existential and political realities of our world. In some cases, they can make them worse. Calls for reason and scientific inquiry do not offer any coherent sense of solidarity to those who suffer. The humanist might argue the world would be a far more progressive place if scientific values guided our governments. But the reality is that humanism, together with its ethical correlate of individual dignity, remains ineffectual when it comes to offering a galvanising purpose, or inspiring a meaningful sense of belonging.. The most pressing concerns facing humans are philosophical, and sometimes even metaphysical. Humans have genuine fears that life is excessively cheap, a sense that the collective good is waning, that political action is equivalent to apathy and cynicism, and that any solution to any political problem is the ubiquitous idea of the entrepreneurial ...
The logic of Religions is to severly attack their own members who express free thoughts differing from that of the Prophet/Leader. They do this by a Shunning Ritual unless assasination is not to dangerous.(Think Malcolm X and Trotsky) The reason is always to frighten the other members who have invested their lives and identity into the cult that they too have lots to lose for expressing free thoughts. So it is these heresy charges enforced by an Inquisition of certain targeted iconoclasts that erupts whenever the Ruling Religion wants to keep its membership from straying. That is how I see the drumbeat of the Fox News heresy charges coming from Prophet Obamas Church this week; and that is also how I see the Liberals of the Church of Humanism attempting a shunning ritual upon Althouse for her supposedly harboring a mean commenter or two; but more probably for her withholding obeisance to the Prophet/Kings style of leadership by deception since August. ...
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Anne Arundel Medical Centers (AAMC) Adrian Park, MD, chairman of the Department of Surgery, recently received an Arnold P. Gold Foundation - SAGES Award for Clinical Excellence and Humanism in Medicine. The award was presented at the Society of American Gastrointestinal and Endoscopic Surgeons (SAGES) annual meeting.
The work of Kluckhohn, when taken in its totality, can be best envisaged as a canon on these two themes. Constantly deepening his understanding of Navaho culture by repeated field trips, aided by his command of the language, he used his insights into this particular culture to sharpen the questions he raised concerning the nature and significance of human behavior in general. Hiswork in both these facets of his interest, too, was materially aided by the essential humanism of his approach. It is characteristic of his research that he continuously took into full account the interplay between the individual and the patterns of the culture which orders his life. He never lost sight of the fact that human beings function within the institutional setting of human societies. Atthe same time he fully recognized the importance of the reciprocal of this fact, that the institutions of any society being studied must be taken as resulting from and reflecting the patterned system of values of the human beings ...
As I write this column, I am embarking on a trip to Australia with the Word on Fire team. Were heading halfway around the globe at the invitation of the Australian Catholic University, and my team will be with me to film the events. My intention is to produce a documentary on the New Evangelization as it is actually practiced. The documentary will feature the trip to Australia, as well as a journey to the United Kingdom and, after that, New York City. Those settings will provide the context, and a kind of lens, by which I hope to invite the Church to not only imagine the New Evangelization in the abstract, but also to see it in action.. My message during these adventures will be about laying out the basics of the Churchs proclamation. Announcing the Good News is a matter of giving testimony to the risen Jesus Christ, declaring that he is divine, celebrating the deep humanism of the faith, and, finally, insisting on the indispensability of the Church as the Mystical Body of the Lord. These ...
he earned his Ph.D. from the University of Virginia and his B.A. from the University of Alabama. His professional interests include literary theory and the history of criticism, British Commonwealth literature, and religion and literature. He is the author of numerous books, most recently, The Year of Our Lord 1943: Christian Humanism in an Age of Crisis and How to Think: A Survival Guide for a World at Odds. Jacobs is a popular essayist and columnist and has been published in ...
This series was established in 2006 with an editorial board based in the Department of History and the CMRS. The series is concerned with the relationship between religion, society, culture and identity in Europe from the early medieval period to the end of the ancien regime, with particular emphasis on continuity and transformation within urban religious life and institutions. The series concentrates on medieval Europe, but also includes North Africa and the Middle East, with a particular emphasis on studies that focus on history in the longue durée.. Recent and forthcoming titles :. Alison Brown, Medicean and Savonarolan Florence: The Interplay of Politics, Humanism, and Religion.. Nicholas Terpstra, Adriano Prosperi, Stefania Pastore (eds.), Faiths Boundaries: Laity and Clergy in Early Modern Confraternities. Prospective authors are invited to send manuscripts to the Chair of the editorial board for consideraton ([email protected]). Brepols has adopted the MHRA Style Guide.. ...
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Michel is old enough to have acquired a degree of consciousness and what goes with it, a capacity for guilt. But as a moral being, Paulette hasnt progressed much further than the barnyard creatures that show their obtuse faces to us intermittently. Forbidden Games is most paradoxical in demonstrating the equivalence of absolute innocence and absolute evil. A poisoned chalice, to say the least, the movie was, not surprisingly, excluded from competition at the Cannes Film Festival, though it went on to win the Golden Lion in Venice and an honorary Oscar in 1952. One is tempted to speculate that the Academy voters didnt understand what they had, and mistook Cléments mordant irony for a pellucid humanism along the lines of Vittorio De Sicas Shoeshine or Bicycle Thieves. Nonetheless, the picture was established as a classic and held that position for many years. So why has it been neglected in recent times? The vagaries of Cléments subsequent career may have dampened enthusiasm in hindsight. ...
Arthur C. Clarke is the author of more than sixty books, co-screenwriter (with Stanley Kubrick) of 2001: A Space Odyssey, and the inventor of the concept of geostationary satellite communication. He is a laureate of the International Academy of Humanism.. ...
There is a culture war taking place in our Country and if we do not stand up for our rights we will lose this liberty. Pope Pius XII gave a stern warning concerning the attack on the Faith and the family in the last half of the 20th century and beyond. He said that for a Christian to be a true Christian you would have to be a living martyr. The attacks on the family and our Faith will be that strong. We need to get back down on our knees and intercede for America. It is not too late. 2 Chronicles 7:14 says, "and if my people, upon whom my name has been pronounced, humble themselves and pray, and seek my presence and turn from their evil ways, I will hear them from heaven and pardon their sins and revive their land". Right now we need it as the Secularists have gained the Judicial powerusing Court Judges to usurp the will of the American People. They are legislating from the bench pushing Secualr Humanism and Socialism. We have serious issues today. I went to Catholic School most of my grade ...
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The A.V. Club:Since the beginning, this show thats ostensibly been about artificial intelligence is really about human connection. Whats it like to thread that needle and how has it evolved over time?. Jonathan Nolan: Its a great question. And its a big challenge. I remember Greg and I talking from the beginning about the collision between the more esoteric ideas in the pilot and how we were going to draw emotions and humanism and a recurring interest from the audience out of all those ideas. There are a lot of ideas in the show, and its something Im very proud of. Its funny, its not a normal show for CBS, but people kind of found it, which is exciting.. That link between the big ideas of the show and the characters-weve concentrated on it so hard from the beginning, because we wanted to explore all these crazy ideas about the surveillance state, big data, and AI-and the collision of all of that on a personal level. And from the beginning, Ive felt like there was a great connection ...
In this Confessional Standard we reject and condemn all infidelity, heresy, apostasy, and immorality ancient & modern. For example, we reject & condemn the following: all abortion and other genocide, artificial fertilization & human cloning, deprivation of nutrition & hydration to hasten death, euthanasia, suicide, and all other murder; fornication, adultery, homosexuality & all other sodomy, pornography, illicit contraception, willfully childless marriage, illicit divorce, intemperance, popular culture, & all other carnal immorality; Womens Ordination & all Feminism, Anti-Christianism, Anti-Semitism, Racism, unjustified violence or cruelty to any of Gods creation or creatures, false tolerance, all Humanism & false philosophy; the Papal Antichrist & all Romanism, Byzantinism, Arminianism & all Synergism, Calvinism & Crypto- Calvinism, Puritanism & all Pietism, Millennialism, all Anabaptist errors & Pentecostalism, False Ecumenism, Latitudinarianism & all Syncretism, Modernism, Mormonism, ...
Earlier, I blogged under the headline Ex-Muslims ally with anti-Christian Humanism to end pluralism," and the ex-Muslim secularist manifesto to seal the doom of the West still troubles. But I prefaced the matter responding to the aforesaid, with a strait-up link-filled note on the emergence on the Net of historians beginning to systematize and narrate the unfolding of events around the notorious slap at Muslim religious sensiblities under the cover of "freedom of speech." Altho I was still somewhat leery of R Plats first 6 installments of his history (then 4 parts + 2 digressions), I was impressed with the good work of each installment which make for fascinating reading, but still didnt satisfy me because they didnt attend to the tripartite clash of ultimate values in the situation. Those major configurations (ultimate values, value systems, and clusters of worldviews), in historical order, are: Christian, Englightenment, and Islamic.. They represent religious groundmotives (Herman ...
Despite their professed love of freedom, humanism, equality, and liberation, it oftentimes seemed that far-left European filmmakers, especially of the Mediterranean persuasion, of the late-1960s/1970s had a special affinity for perversion, sadomasochism, hatred, and vulgarity, with Pier Paolo Pasolinis Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975) representing arguably the apex of such highly (pseudo)intellectualized aesthetic savagery, though Bernardo Bertolucci, Liliana Cavani, and Marco Ferreri, among countless other auteurs, did their part as well to turn cinema into a form of terrorism. Of course, for every Pasolini or Ferreri flick, there were also films by somewhat lesser known but no less subversive auteur filmmakers like Alberto Cavallone (Spell - Dolce mattatoio aka Man, Woman and Beast, Blue Movie), Salvatore Samperi (Cuore di mamma aka Mothers Heart, Uccidete il vitello grasso e arrostitelo aka Kill the Fatted Calf and Roast It), Giulio Questi (Django Kill, Death Laid an Egg), and Elio ...
The demonetisation of Rs. 500 and Rs. 1000 notes by the government of Prime Minister Narendra Modi is disproportionately impacting the poor of India. Presently 4.5 million Indians die avoidably from deprivation each year and demonetisation will make this worse by increasing poverty, deprivation and disempowerment. Indians must reject this callous and deadly attack on the poor, reject deadly pro-One Percenter neoliberalism and demand social justice via social humanism (democratic socialism ...
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THE MISSION OF THE HUMANISTS OF GREATER PORTLAND is to create a thriving local community that promotes and acts upon the ideals of Humanism. Humanism is a democratic and ethical life stance, which a
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Integral Humanism known as the guiding philosophy of BJP was first presented by Pandit Deendayal Upadhyaya on April 22-25,1965 in form of 4 lectures.
The Costs of War Against Your Own People: Negative Impacts of Prohibition. Many of the costs to society involving prohibition arent easily quantified on a spreadsheet. Some intangible costs are trivial, but some threaten the very underpinnings of American society and government. An incomplete listing of what weve given up in the name of Prohibition:. Prohibition undermines the US Constitution:. 1. Prohibition violates states rights. From the very beginnings of modern Prohibition, the Federal government has made every effort to undermine the freedom of the states and their citizens. In the early days, this occurred through legalistic mechanisms like requiring taxes to be paid on drugs, then refusing to accept such payments even when offered. More recently, it has taken a perhaps even more sinister turn in the form of the Federal government arresting people involved in providing medical marijuana supplies in states in which it was legal for them to do so. In doing so, they have declared that ...
We can experiment with all of this and come to realise that, while physical issues may certainly be a factor, it is often compulsive thinking that keeps us awake. In fact, we can see that the mind operates like a thought factory that hammers away deep into the night, torturing us for hours. Anyone who has revised too hard for an exam, or worked too hard on a piece of writing, knows that the momentum generated by an overworked brain can defy all efforts to stem the flow of thoughts. And the longer we are awake, the darker and more fearful the thoughts become. At this point, it is understandable that people are tempted to club themselves over the head with a shot of the hard stuff, or a pill.. But if we start to identify compulsive thinking as a problem, we have reached a significant point in our investigations. After all, up to this point, we have identified strongly with the voice in our head: My names David. That voice in my head is me, isnt it? And yet all is not as it seems. If I can be ...
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Why? If you run a bootleg bar in Prohibition-era Chicago and you are going to make a gallon of alcoholic drink, you could make a gallon of beer, which one person can drink and constitutes one sale - or you can make a gallon of pucheen, which is so strong it takes thirty people to drink it and constitutes thirty sales. Prohibition encourages you produce and provide the stronger, more harmful drink. If you are a drug dealer in Hackney, you can use the kilo of cocaine you own to sell to casual coke users who will snort it and come back a month later - or you can microwave it into crack, which is far more addictive, and you will have your customer coming back for more in a few hours. Prohibition encourages you to produce and provide the more harmful drug ...
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Perspectives in Biology and Medicine, an interdisciplinary scholarly journal whose readers include biologists, physicians, students, and scholars, publishes essays that place important biological or medical subjects in broader scientific, social, or humanistic contexts. These essays span a wide range of subjects, from biomedical topics such as neurobiology, genetics, and evolution, to topics in ethics, history, philosophy, and medical education and practice. The editors encourage an informal style that has literary merit and that preserves the warmth, excitement, and color of the biological and medical sciences.. ...
The incidence of over-education is here assessed by applying some standard subjective and objective indicators and a new skill-based indicator of over-education to the national samples of eight European countries in the REFLEX survey. With the exception of Spain, the results reveal that over-education is a minor risk amongst European tertiary graduates. Yet, the contrast between the standard indicators and the skill-based indicator reveals the existence of an over-education of a moderate kind in countries with high tertiary attainment rates (Norway, Finland and Netherlands). Such a type of over-education does not come to the surface when applying the standard indicators. Our results also reveal the importance of higher education differentiation (i.e. field of study and branch of higher education) for understanding the risk of over-education. Graduates from humanistic fields, bachelor courses and vocational colleges are more exposed to over-education, though their disadvantage varies ...
OBriens diary format in Z for Zachariah is complex in much the same way. Although OBriens book is not a series of letters, Anns diary entries give readers the same sense of immediacy and helplessness Pamelas letters yield. We know that in each entry, we are living in the chilling immediacy of the present, but at the same time, we realize that there is more of the total story to tell and we are anxious to know it. OBriens readers become aware of the conflict between nature and artifice, scientific know-how and humanistic dispositions, and other binaries, but their most pressing task is to keep up with the complexities of Anns present and the uncertain future that lies ahead. Like Richardsons reader, we are hearing from a person in dreadful circumstances. With Ann, this is an even more frantic situation because she is molested and ultimately hunted like a dog. Genre Shift: Melville s Moby Dick and Hesse s Out of the Dust Melville was a fine poet and short story writer, but his most ...
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When a paradigm starts to show signs of failure to cope with significant questions in any basic/applied branch of human knowledge, there come on the scene those who have perused the related literature enough to either answer those major questions according to the established paradigm or proffer a (wholly) new way of looking at things. In the latter case, the history of science tells us, a paradigm shift takes place. Modern medicine cannot be proven to be totally disconnected from its traditional roots. Where traditional medicine came to give its place to present-day conventional medicine, a number of humanistic aspects of healing, in addition to some axioms of old wisdom, were actually lost ...
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It is here that social science and humanistic paradigms tend to part ways. For an economist, the discovery of the strike explains the outlier. She can delete that observation, or include a "dummy" variable and move on, satisfied that the model now better fits the data. There is more "smooth" and less "rough." For a labor historian, this "rough" can become a research question. Why, of all the labor actions in the 1990s, was 1992 strike so striking in its impact? Was this a high water mark for French labor mobilization? Or did it inspire further actions? Did its impact on vacationers sour the general public on labor? And did the government back down on its regulations? For a historian, explaining this single outlier can be more important than understand any trend. The paradox is that the magnitude of outliers becomes clearer once weve modeled the trend, either visually or mathematically. The "drop" in traffic in July 1992 exists only relative to an expected surge in traffic. Thus, as I suggested ...
1. These will be brief because I just realized (at 8:10 this morning) that I had failed to write this post. My failure to do so stems from a failure to check my todoist app which helps me to organize my tasks. And since I didnt consult it at all yesterday (me bad, very bad!) I totally forgot to write my weekly post. The old adage, "out of sight, out of mind" proved true in this case! But it also proves true in many other cases. Consider our relationship with God. When his word is "out of sight" (i.e. - we are not "in" it on a regular basis), we often live our lives as if He does not exist (i.e. we live as atheists!). Since we live in a culture which is constantly bombarding us with anti-God and humanistic messages, if we dont counter these lies with Gods truth, we will not live to the glory of the God who made us and redeemed us! It is vital that we have a plan to interact with Gods Word on a DAILY basis! So ... whats YOUR plan? ...
POINTS OF COLOR Posted on January 21, 2016 Posted on January 21, 2016 POINTS OF COLOR Opening Quote If you deliberately plan on being less than you are capable of being, then I warn you that youll be unhappy for the rest of your life. Abraham Maslow was one of the founders of humanistic psychology. His early research…
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