The Mind Made Flesh: Essays from the Frontiers of Psychology and Evolution
Nicholas Humphrey, Professor of Psychology at the New School NY and Senior Research Fellow Nicholas Humphrey
Oxford University Press, 2002 - 366 strán (strany)
Nicholas Humphrey's writings about the evolution of the mind have done much to set the agenda for contemporary psychology. Here, in a series of riveting essays, he invites us to 'take another look' at a variety of the central and not-so-central issues: the evolution of consciousness, the nature of the self, multiple personality disorder, the placebo effect, cave art, religious miracles, medieval animal trials, the seductions of dictatorship, and much more.
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On Taking Another Look
A Meditation on the Unity of Consciousness
What Is Your Substance Whereof Are You Made?
An Assessment of Multiple Personality Disorder
Varieties of Altruismand the Common Ground Between Them
The Deformed Transformed
Tall Stories from Little Acorns Grow
Human Nature and Supernatural Belief
Bugs and Beasts Before the Law
The Evolutionary Psychology of Faith Healing and the Placebo Effect
The Uses of Consciousness
Farewell Thou Art Too Dear for My Possessing
How to Solve the MindBody Problem
The Privatization of Sensation
Mind in Nature
Cave Art Autism and the Evolution of the Human Mind
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