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Rhetological Fallacies Rhetological Fallacies Buy a printable PDF in English and in French. Read the French version – Thanks to Gilles Peyroux. See a text-only version http://bit.ly/rhetological We’ve now has Rhetological translated into German, Italian and Spanish.
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Authoritarian followers Mind Control Subliminals By Dick Sutphen Summary of Contents The Birth of Conversion The Three Brain Phases How Revivalist Preachers Work Voice Roll Technique Six Conversion Techniques 1. keeping agreements 2.physical and mental fatigue 3. increase the tension 4. Uncertainty. 5. Jargon 6. The Battle for Your Mind: Brainwashing Techniques Being Used On The Public By Dick Sutphen The Battle for Your Mind: Brainwashing Techniques Being Used On The Public By Dick Sutphen
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What makes people feel pleasure? What makes people feel pleasure? Paul Bloom: The origins of pleasure Paul Bloom: Some pleasures seem easy to explain as a result of biologyHe says others depend on our thoughts about the value of what we're experiencingWine experts will rate a wine with a fancy label more highly than an ordinary oneThere is always more to pleasure than its physical aspect, Bloom says Editor's note: Paul Bloom is professor of psychology and cognitive science at Yale University, where he directs the Mind and Development Lab. Follow him at twitter.com/paulbloomatyale. Bloom spoke at the TED Global conference last month in Edinburgh, UK.
Hysteria, Demons, and More: Depression Throughout History - depression Your passion for healthy living brought you here - let's keep talking! Yes, the notion’s ridiculous. But through the centuries, people with depression have been avoided or persecuted because of reasons such as this. Unfortunately, there's still a lingering stigma about depression today, despite a greater understanding of psychiatric ailments. Hysteria, Demons, and More: Depression Throughout History - depression
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Memetics This article is related to the study of self-replicating units of culture, not to be confused with Mimesis. Memetics is a theory of mental content based on an analogy with Darwinian evolution, originating from the popularization of Richard Dawkins' 1976 book The Selfish Gene.[1] Proponents describe memetics as an approach to evolutionary models of cultural information transfer. The meme, analogous to a gene, was conceived as a "unit of culture" (an idea, belief, pattern of behaviour, etc.) which is "hosted" in the minds of one or more individuals, and which can reproduce itself, thereby jumping from mind to mind. Thus what would otherwise be regarded as one individual influencing another to adopt a belief is seen as an idea-replicator reproducing itself in a new host. As with genetics, particularly under a Dawkinsian interpretation, a meme's success may be due to its contribution to the effectiveness of its host. Memetics
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50 Lessons Life Taught Me | Maria Shriver To celebrate growing older, I once wrote the 45 lessons life taught me. It is the most-requested column I’ve ever written. When my odometer rolled over to 50, I updated the list. 50 Lessons Life Taught Me | Maria Shriver
Self-Directed Neuroplasticity: A 21st-Century View of Meditation | Issue Nine, April 2011 | Noetic Now Self-Directed Neuroplasticity: A 21st-Century View of Meditation | Issue Nine, April 2011 | Noetic Now Ed. Note: In the following dialogue, excerpted and edited from the Institute of Noetic Sciences’ teleseminar series “Exploring the Noetic Sciences.” IONS Director of Research Cassandra Vieten talks with neuropsychologist and meditation teacher Rick Hanson, author with neurologist Richard Mendius, MD, of Buddha’s Brain: The Practical Neuroscience of Happiness, Love, and Wisdom. Rick will be speaking at the upcoming IONS International Conference taking place this July in San Francisco. Vieten: What exactly is contemplative neuroscience? Hanson: Broadly defined, it’s the study of what happens in the brain when people are doing contemplative practices, how the brain changes with such practices.
Level 3 of Consciousness by Richard Brodie Level 3 of Consciousness by Richard Brodie Meme Central Books Level 3 Resources Richard Brodie Virus of the Mind What’s New? Site Map Level 3 of Consciousness You are reading about something that most people don’t even know exists.
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This is really more of a side effect of the way that computer sales work. As a computer salesman, my goal is to pair you with a computer that (a) you'll be able to use to accomplish everything you want to do with a computer, including things you weren't thinking about (games, netflix) but that you'll use the thing for anyway, (b) that is capable of running things that your workplace / school will require of you, and also (c) that fits into your lifestyle well enough that it's something you'll be happy to keep using. If I fail at this job, two things will happen. You'll definitely be upset with me, because I sold you a product that didn't do what you needed. You're also very likely to return the product for a different one, and that hurts my numbers more than me selling you a cheap computer. How to Plant Ideas in Someones Mind - StumbleUpon
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Why Ruminating is Unhealthy and How to Stop Ruminating is like a record that’s stuck and keeps repeating the same lyrics. It’s replaying an argument with a friend in your mind. It’s retracing past mistakes. When people ruminate, they over-think or obsess about situations or life events, such as work or relationships.
#2. We're Hard-Wired to Have a Double Standard Here's a good way to ruin your afternoon. Go on the Internet and find any discussion thread that brings up overweight people (like this or this one). Stand back and watch as a crowd absolutely rants about how incredibly easy it is to lose weight, and how incredibly lazy you have to be to get fat. The conclusion will be that being fat is literally a moral failing and the sign of a bad, disgusting human being. 5 Logical Fallacies That Make You Wrong More Than You Think