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The Human Molecule By Libb Thims
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The Human Molecule traces the historical development of the conception of the human being as an individual ‘molecule’. The question of what is a ‘human’ has passed down... More > through the ages as an unsolved riddle of curiosity? In partial solution to this query, the term “human molecule”, as the definition of a person, was coined in 1869 by French philosopher Hippolyte Taine; the first rudimentary social, economic, and historical theories using the human molecule concept were developed in the early 20th century by those as Leon Walrus, Vilfredo Pareto, Henry Adams, and C. G. Darwin; and the first calculation of the molecular formula for a human being was made in 2000 by American limnologists Robert Sterner and James Elser. In modern terms, a person is defined as a 26-element reactionary molecule attached to substrate. The implications of this new philosophy point the way to a revolution in thought in areas such as life, work, free will, reactivity, marriage, purpose, and evolution.< Less
The Human Molecule By Libb Thims
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The Human Molecule traces the historical development of the conception of the human being as an individual ‘molecule’. The question of what is a ‘human’ has passed down... More > through the ages as an unsolved riddle of curiosity? In partial solution to this query, the term “human molecule”, as the definition of a person, was coined in 1869 by French philosopher Hippolyte Taine; the first rudimentary social, economic, and historical theories using the human molecule concept were developed in the early 20th century by those as Leon Walrus, Vilfredo Pareto, Henry Adams, and C. G. Darwin; and the first calculation of the molecular formula for a human being was made in 2000 by American limnologists Robert Sterner and James Elser. In modern terms, a person is defined as a 26-element reactionary molecule attached to substrate. The implications of this new philosophy point the way to a revolution in thought in areas such as life, work, free will, reactivity, marriage, purpose, and evolution.< Less
The Geometry of Dialogue: A visual way of understanding interpersonal communication and human development By Dennis Rivers
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This book records my ongoing quest for visual models of human unfolding. By that I mean to ask, what sort of diagrams might help us understand human interaction and development in such ways that we... More > would be able to interact with one another, and develop as persons, more creatively, successfully and nurturingly? Many cultures have used geometry and diagrams to represent and understand important aspects of life. Among the most notable examples are Dine(Navajo) sand paintings, Hindu and Tibetan mandalas, ancient Greek mystery teachings centering on geometry, and the designs of cathedral windows. Such diagrams have been found helpful because they allow us to model a complex set of relationships or interactions which would be difficult, if not impossible, to describe using the long-string-of-ideas structure of everyday language. My work draws inspiration from these ancient traditions, as well as from architectural drawing and computer programming data flow diagrams.< Less
TOTAL HUMAN INTELLECTUAL JOURNEY By Mario Hargianto
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This ebook presents Total Human Intellectual Journey. This is very useful for everyone: individuals, students, scientists, educators, researchers, parents, employees, employers, and leaders. Reading... More > this ebook, one will understand clearly and simply the level and scope of universality of diverse knowledge, science, theory, law, principle, etc. Step by step, this ebook presents the roadmap and ladder of human life "climbing" journey, especially human intellectual "climbing" journey.< Less
Changes in Human Species By Ed Augusts
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Is Humanity developing into one or more NEW SPECIES? Are we developing upward --or rapidly descending into crime and chaos? Where ARE we going? The End of History? ASTROLOGY holds a key to answer... More > this puzzle. This AMAZING book "came" to Ed, "out of the blue". The information seemed to come from a channeled source and was completed in a 5-day period.< Less
A Treatise of Human Nature By David Hume
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The theories Hume develops in the Treatise have their foundations in the writings of John Locke and George Berkeley, and Hume is associated with these two men as the third in the series of great... More > British empiricists. Like Hume, Locke denied the existence of innate ideas, dividing the sources of our ideas into two categories: those derived from sensation through the use of our sense organs and those derived from reflection through our own mental processes. For Hume, sensations and reflections both fall under the term impressions, while he reserves the term ideas for the results of mental processes such as imagination and memory. Hume’s discussion of abstract ideas rests on his acceptance of Berkeley’s claim that the idea we have of a general term always springs from a specific experience, though used in a general way. Hume praised this explanation but further clarified how a general term could stand for several similar, but specific, experiences.< Less
The Inequality of the Human Races By Arthur de Gobineau
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This work was the first modern attempt to prove that race is the primary force determining world events and history. Working with the limited scientific data available at the time of writing (1853),... More > Arthur de Gobineau divided humans into three major groupings, white, yellow and black. He argues that the cause of the downfall of civilizations is always racial mixing, and that every civilization has either been directly controlled by what he called “Aryans” or has had a significant Aryan element mixed in it. He argues that climate and environment have no bearing on racial characteristics. This book was a cornerstone work for 20th century racial theory, and is of immense importance for this reason alone. This is a hand edited copy which contains none of the OCR errors which mar other versions. Joseph Arthur, Comte de Gobineau (1816–1882) was a French aristocrat, novelist and early ethnologist who set the academic standard for the development of racial science.< Less
THE MATTER MAN AND THE THEORY OF ADAPTABILITY: Modern Scientific Theory on Discrimination By Desmond Ayim-Aboagye
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To develop a new scientific theory that explains a phenomenon is not an easy enterprise, especially when it concerns social behaviour. Few have this gift where they propound new theories about... More > nature, human behaviour, or the physical world. Emulating well-known theorists in the twentieth century and a few other geniuses, this author theorises on discrimination behaviour in work places using the deductive method, and offers significant catching propositions that need to be investigated and as a result set the reader into deep thinking. This treatise offers a number of sounding propositions such as “War is a symptom of a disorder,” “Superiority is attained not given,” and “We are all Homo Sapiens,” in the attempt to champion the banishment of this negative behaviour in this modern society.< Less
Encyclopedia of Theory & Practice in Psychotherapy & Counseling By Jose Fadul (General Editor)
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A hardbound single-volume, full-color international encyclopedia of theory and practice in psychotherapy and counseling. Entries include art therapy, life coaching, play therapy, psychodrama,... More > rational emotive behavior therapy, therapy dogs, and many more. This Encyclopedia represents human inter-dependencies' consequences, their multiple effects and the ways in which coaching, counseling or psychotherapy can directly affect people and institutions. This is for those learning how to analyze human behavior and relationships; for those not yet familiar with newer developments in counseling and psychotherapy; and for teachers looking for an up-to-date historical account of the field. This Encyclopedia provides a full overview of the field, traditional and current humanistic practices and fundamental analytical theories needed to get a foothold in the field.< Less
Encyclopedia of Theory & Practice in Psychotherapy & Counseling By Jose A. Fadul (General Editor)
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A single-volume full-color international encyclopedia of theory and practice in psychotherapy and counseling. Entries include art therapy, autism, life coaching, play therapy, psychodrama, rational... More > emotive behavior therapy, therapy dogs, and many more. This Encyclopedia represents human inter-dependencies' consequences, their multiple effects and the ways in which coaching, counseling or psychotherapy can directly affect people and institutions. This is for those learning how to conceptualize and analyze human behavior and relationships; for those not yet familiar with newer developments in counseling and psychotherapy; and for teachers looking for an up-to-date historical account of the field. This Encyclopedia provides a full overview of the field, traditional and current humanistic practices and fundamental analytical theories needed to get a foothold in the field.< Less