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Freudian Psychology

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In the 70's, people challenged the concepts of monogamy and fidelity, naively believing that they could be truly caring and faithful to multiple contemporaneous partners. That simplistic innocence has been replaced in the 90's by a hard cynicism...
A trainable cat, a prince who thinks he’s a rooster, and a rebbe who digs up dirt.
There are similarities between the Freudian model of the human psyche and that described by Rabbi Schneur Zalman in his Tanya. But there's also a major difference with serious impact: where Freud sees the underlying force within man as his sexual drive,...
Psychology or Morality? A New Definition of Human Nature Video RankRankRankRankRankRank
Psychology or Morality?
Ultimately, psychology doesn't provide the answers. It's a method of dealing with malfunctions or dysfunctions, not a system for healthy living.
For millennia we were ridiculed for believing that the world began, cause and effect are not inherently linked, a whole is greater than the sum of its parts, the human psyche is multi-layered...
What should we say to our little ones when they are exposed, for the first time, to immoral educators, abusive parents, religious corruption and the basic inconsistencies they witness...
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