Published March 1, 2006
by The MIT Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||492|
I thought this would be a better book. I certainly don't have troubles in my marriage that would cause us to be anywhere near divorce, which is who this book seems to be aimed at - those on the edge. I was looking for something to prevent the little squabbles and such that we have/5(84). It is difficult even to review since there is no wholeness to the ideas as they are presented in the book. The first chapter of `Thought Contagion' supplies some useful information about the modes by which memes of ideas may propagate through humanity. Unfortunately the author does not build upon this to provide a model of meme propagation/5(17). Happiness Beyond Thought stands on its own, but having read the others, I highly recommend them together. In practical terms, this book changed me by: 1) Broadening my perspective of what counts as meditation and the practice of meditation 2) Encouraging me to try some of the simple practices in the book and take on more challenges/5(18). Get it now! This book is encyclopedic, thorough, well written, and simply one of the best books on the subject ever written. It should be made clear this isn't a philosophy book, in the sense that it doesn't attempt to address theories on the question of 'What is Thought?' from figures like Plato or Lao-Tzu to the by:
This is a sweet book, rich with the aroma of Christ throughout. Maurice Roberts does the church a service by speaking about the thought of God in a warm and experiential way without compromising sound, Reformed, and profound theological doctrines. My thoughts are lifted up to God as I read the pages of this precious book.5/5(11). Endorsements. There is no problem more important, or more daunting, than discovering the structure and processes behind human thought. What is Thought? is an important step towards finding the answer. A concise summary of the progress and pitfalls to date gives the reader the context necessary to appreciate Baum's important insights into the nature of cognition. Thought encompasses an "aim-oriented flow of ideas and associations that can lead to a reality-oriented conclusion". Although thinking is an activity of an existential value for humans, there is still no consensus as to how it is adequately defined or understood.. Because thought underlies many human actions and interactions, understanding its physical and metaphysical origins and . The Thought Readers is an excellent book which throws the readers right in the middle of one of Darrens Quiet States. Here, everything is frozen, the old grandma, the cowboy, time and the cards the casino dealer has chucked in the air, they are all frozen in time/5.
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