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The Phenomenon of Freedom: An Investigation into the Philosophicial and Physhologicial Implication of merleau-Ponty's Phenomenology
Freedom is the name western culture has given to a particular aspect of human life. This paper is an attempt to make clear a conception of man which will illuminate exactly what is meant by "freedom." Present discussion ...
True Buddhism: Methodology for Happiness and Self-Actualization
What follows is an attempt to describe almost 23 years of my journey through life. Each person is unique and different, yet there are common experiences, common bonds in us all which transcend racial, national and ...
Physiological and Psychological Effects on Sweat Response to Water Intake under Environmental Stress
It was our belief that the sweat mechanism was controlled at either the neurolog1cal or physiological 1evels, or both. Once it became possible to record a response to water intake, one could eliminate or substantiate the ...
Richard Wright: A Psychoanalytic Study
This paper hopes to examine Richard Wright's development and possible ways in which the major themes of his life can be observed throughout his fiction. "For perhaps no other American writer since Fitzgerald has so ...
Intelligence Testing: the Wechsler-Bellevue Intelligence Scale and its Application in a Spanish Clinical Setting
Analyzing the usefulness of intelligence testing on the Wechsler-Bellevue scale in Spanish hospitals.