"If a temple is to be erected, a temple must be destroyed!" Friedrich Nietzsche (1844-1900) is one of humanity's most influential and amaranthine thinkers. He was a German philosopher, political critic, philologist, writer, and poet. Some of his most famous works include Thus Spoke Zarathustra (1891), Beyond Good and Evil (1886), The Gay Science (1882), The Birth of Tragedy (1872), Twilight of the Idols (1889), The Will to Power (1901), etc. His impact isn't just on recently found scholarly insight, but additionally on the way numerous contemporary Western philosophers approach "life".
Introduction Learning enables you as an individual, to gain more knowledge about something which you have never learned about. Learning also has to do with past experiences which are influenced by behavioural changes (Weiten, 2016). There are different types of ways to learn; through, classical conditioning, operant conditioning and observational learning which will be discussed and analysed in the essay. Behaviourism Behaviourism is considered one of the main subjects in psychology and the two main people who founded behaviourism were, Burrhus Frederic Skinner, also known as B.F Skinner and Ivan Pavlov who were famous for the work they did on classical and operant conditioning (Moderato & Presti, 2006). According to Moderato and Presti
Individual Psychology (Adlerian) Therapy Case Conceptualization: Billy Sunday Individual psychology, born out of examination and divergence from Freudian theoretical tenants, is an approach dating back to the early part of the 1900’s (Corey, 2017). Alfred Adler, the founder of the individual psychology model, spent significant time and energy evaluating and supporting psychoanalytical doctrines; after abandoning many of the psychoanalytic principles he formed of his own school of therapy in 1911 (Tan, 2011). Rudolph Dreikurs continued to influence this theory after Adler’s death and to expand its’ use in the United States (Tan). This newly emerging school of thought introduced new insights to the view of human nature and ensuing counseling methodologies. Alder viewed the past as the means through which people approached the present.
When looking at the transcendentalist movement, Ralph Waldo Emerson and Henry David Thoreau would be the first names usually associated with this term. However, even in the years after, there were still individuals practicing transcendental concepts. Civil rights leaders Mohandas K. Gandhi and Martin Luther King Jr. are individuals who reflected similar ideals of transcendentalist thought. Not only did Thoreau greatly influence them, but both of these leaders are significantly relevant to the idea of transcendentalism with their nonviolent actions and concepts of logic and reason. The transcendentalist belief revolves around the idea of individuals and a belief in a higher reality, revolting against unjust institutions, appeals to logic and reason, and the spirituality of nature and the
The psychologist, Carl Jung, says that universal characters reside within the collective unconscious of people around the world. These characters are called archetypes. According to Jung, every story has similar archetypes to each other. The Pearl, written by John Steinbeck, also has archetypes. There are many different archetypes in the novella, The Pearl.
The well known quote “That which does not kill us, makes us stronger” was first accredited to a german philosopher and scholar named Friedrich Nietzsche in the 1800s. Since then, the phrase has been modified and used by countless figures such as scientists, researchers, and the world famous, country singer Kelly Clarkson. Amongst these people is a psychologist Dr. Mark Seery. In his 2010 study Whatever Doesn't Kill Us: Cumulative Lifetime Adversity, Vulnerability and Resilience (which appeared in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology), he determined this is indeed the case. In the study Dr. Seery claimed, “adverse experiences... foster subsequent resilience, with resulting advantages for mental health and well-being.” Despite his conclusion, and those of many other philosophers and scientists alike, author and
What is the central point the author is trying to communicate? Try to sum this up in your own words in a few sentences. The article describes the key construction, deconstruction, and reconstruction and/or analysis of a narrative between a novice interviewer in graduate school and his classmate in his psychology class. The central point that the author is trying to describe emphasizes the narrative analysis, narrative research and the hermeneutic used to interpret the content. The author references key theorist in the field but gives narrative research credit to the philosophical anthropologist Mikhail Bakhtin, whose ideas of dialogue are discussed in a novel transformation.
In in his career, he learned and even excelled the color theory (Lewandowski). Another person Paul found interest and inspiration in was John Dewey. Dewey is a philosopher and psychologist; most known for his books on various subjects from education to ethics, and even art (Lewandowski). Paul’s final person he had for inspiration growing up was Le Corbusier. Corbusier was a designer a lot like Paul, an architect, and painter.
Introduction Sigmund Freud -Psychology 's most famous figure is also one of the most influential and controversial thinkers of the twentieth century. Sigmund Freud 's work and theories helped shape our views of childhood, personality, memory, sexuality and therapy. Sigmund Freud was an Austrian neurologist who is perhaps most known as the founder of psychoanalysis. Freud 's developed a set of therapeutic techniques centered on HYPERLINK "https://www.verywellmind.com/talk-therapy-2671994" talk therapy that involved the use of strategies such as transference, free association, and dream interpretation. (verywellmind-2018) Body Paragraph 1: Background Information Biography: Where was your psychologist born?