DSM wrote:Olga wrote: What role do you think philosophy has/could have/should have, in psychology?
You assume that philosophy has a role in psychology...
I disagree, although it had a role in the begining of psychology.
Here's some general info from wikipedia:
Hmmm, the above sounds a little rude...
No offence intended though!!!
DSM wrote:My aspirations is to become a expert in the following areas:
Psychology, Physics, Mathematics, Genetics and some other things.
keirsey wrote: 18?
keirsey wrote:Of course you should go to college
keirsey wrote:Here are a few books, I recommend, not sure which ones you are ready for but here it goes.
The Men of Mathematics, by Eric Bell
Hyperspace, by Michio Kaku
Microcosmos by Lynn Margulis
Please Understand Me II by Keirsey (of course)
DSM wrote:keirsey wrote: 18?
What? Did it surprise you?keirsey wrote:Of course you should go to college
I have one year left in high school to finish, due to some learning difficulties in elementary school, it was decided that i had to take the first grade twice...
And i did learn to write and read much later than my fellow classmates...
But those early problems is mostly gone now though.
keirsey wrote:Did you know Albert Einstein had a similar problem in having a difficulty with school? And, I was put in the "dumb" reading group, because I couldn't read out loud (I could read silently, much faster than anybody in class). Luckily my mother was a teacher, and she told my second grade teacher -- I could read. Also I was lucky because my "dyslexia" didn't exist in the 50's, it had to be invented in the next decades.
Olga wrote:I shall be honest! I didn't click those links!
Olga wrote:No offense silly. But you got one word wrong! "assume". But is ok, Stellar says that all the time about me that I assume things. Ok, he said it once, but still
Olga wrote:Anyway. What I believe, is that things are connected, but are easier to explain and demonstrate (usually) when we take them apart. The human is a whole, if using one technique, one risks to forget the rest! I could go a bit further, saying that theology too, is a part. But I won't, you weren't interested in it!
What do you think?
DSM wrote:Olga wrote:I shall be honest! I didn't click those links!
Nah. It's just that I am tired. I see so many links and other things that I seem to stray away from what I myself want to do or read. Usually, what's behind those links is really long and I need to adjust to that reading, or it's filled with so much information that my head feels like exploding. And I won't remember it all anyway. I tend to postpone most links until later when I am feeling ready for them. I have too much to deal with already and my own literature to cover.Olga wrote:Anyway. What I believe, is that things are connected, but are easier to explain and demonstrate (usually) when we take them apart. The human is a whole, if using one technique, one risks to forget the rest! I could go a bit further, saying that theology too, is a part. But I won't, you weren't interested in it!
What do you think?
I will try! What I think, is, that, which comes from the human, is what can be applied on human. One of the things is not enough, because they tell a side-story only. By integrating as much as possible, you get a bigger perspective. If you are looking at a building, it is not just the roof that is a building, it has also windows, walls, door(s)...and so on. The same with the human, just psychology is not enough! And even psychology itself makes it very difficult, because psychology is divided into sub-schools. And which one is right? Each and everyone! And at the same time...NONE! Let's say a person has a problem, which can be explained with psychology, but what if the problem is not psychological, but can acutally be solved with something else...like say...philosophy? Or religion? Or in very few cases...biology (science/medicine)?? Yet it CAN be explained with psychology! The person then, is not in the middle, it is the school that is in the middle, and the glasses one chooses to wear when examining the person, can very well determine their future...
And at the end of the day, the human is still bigger than just one perspective!
Me think you need to explain it more clearly...
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