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... (M .A ., A.B .D ., Univ. of Pennsylvania), Associate Professor of Art History and Chairman of the Dept. of Art History and Social Sciences, Moore College of Art (Philadelphia): Editor-in-Chief. David Griffard (Ph.D ., Univ. of Pittsburgh), Associate Professor of Psychology, Community College of Allegheny County (Pittsburgh): Senior Editor. Richard F. Haines (Ph.D ., Michigan State Univ.), Research Member of NASA Ames Research Center (Mountain View): Associate Editor. Robert H. Hewsen (Ph.D ., Georgetown Univ.), Professor of History, ...
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... same time one of the most ridiculed ideas in science itself would appear to be cosmic catastrophe! A consideration of this paradox certainly lends credence to Velikovsky's proposal that such things have truly happened, but have been repressed in our subconscious as a result of the severity of the associated trauma, and that the retelling is the result of a deep-seated psychological compulsion.) It is not the speculation on which science smiles, then, that holds the key to progress. For all the lip-service paid to the place of speculation in science, any proposals which trespass beyond the limits imposed by an accepted paradigm are quickly shown the door. Real advances, as history shows, are made by ...
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... (M .A ., A.B .D ., Univ. of Pennsylvania), Associate Professor of Art History and Chairman of the Dept. of Art History and Social Sciences, Moore College of Art (Philadelphia): Editor-in-Chief. David Griffard (Ph.D ., Univ. of Pittsburgh), Associate Professor of Psychology, Community College of Allegheny County (Pittsburgh): Senior Editor. Richard F. Haines (Ph.D ., Michigan State Univ.), Research Member of NASA Ames Research Center (Mountain View): Associate Editor. Robert H. Hewsen (Ph.D ., Georgetown Univ.), Professor of History, ...
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... history. Darwin followed Charles Lyell, who was a lawyer by education and who argued the theory of uniformity not as a savant, but as a barrister; it was his book which Darwin read when he travelled on the H.M .S . Beagle and which, as he acknowledged, was his Bible. Obviously there was a psychological need in Darwin to shut his eyes to contrary evidence, but also a similar need in both the academic and the lay society to get rid of the natural revolution by embracing natural evolution. One wonders at the avidity displayed by scientists in the acceptance of the Darwinian theory. None of the arguments that could have been used against him ...
Terms matched: 1  -  Score: 14  -  05 Jul 2007  -  URL: /online/no-text/velikovsky/mankind/213-natural.htm
... B. C.: Senior Editor. Lewis M. Greenberg (M .A ., A.B .D ., Univ. of Pennsylvania), Associate Professor of Art History, Moore College of Art (Philadelphia): Editor-in-Chief. David Griffard (Ph.D ., Univ. of Pittsburgh), Associate Professor of Psychology, Community College of Allegheny County (Pittsburgh): Senior Editor. Richard F. Haines (Ph.D ., Michigan State Univ.), Research Member of NASA Ames Research Center (Mountain View): Associate Editor. Robert H. Hewsen (Ph.D ., Georgetown Univ.), Professor of History, ...
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... , B. C.: Senior Editor. Lewis M. Greenberg (M .A ., A.B .D ., Univ. of Pennsylvania), Professor of Art History, Moore College of Art (Philadelphia): Editor-in-Chief. David Griffard (Ph.D ., Univ. of Pittsburgh), Associate Professor of Psychology, Community College of Allegheny County (Pittsburgh): Senior Editor. Richard F. Haines (Ph.D ., Michigan State Univ.), Research Member of NASA Ames Research Center (Mountain View): Associate Editor. Robert H. Hewsen (Ph.D ., Georgetown Univ.), Professor of History, ...
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... Editor of KRONOS, and on the staff of the American Chemical Society. Richard J. Jaarsma (Ph.D ., Rutgers Univ.); Professor of English at the William Paterson College of New Jersey. His previous publications include essays on Shakespeare, Oliver Goldsmith, and T. S. Eliot in such journals as Literature and Psychology, Studies in Short Fiction, Texas Studies in Literature and Language, Notes and Queries, and Tennessee Studies in Literature. He is presently working on a book on Shakespeare. Edward L. Odenwald, III (M .A ., New York Univ.); Mr. Odenwald teaches English literature at Glen Rock High School in ...
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... concepts." Sigmund Freud wrote Velikovsky that he was in complete agreement with Bleuler and that he, too, had independently formed his own opinions on the subject, "which come very close to yours and which, indeed, in some parts quite coincide with them". Wilhelm Stekel described Velikovsky as "an eminent representative of the medical psychology...an idealist of the first order". And later, to Chaim Weizmann, as "one of the most highly gifted of psychotherapists ." [Footnote: Quoted in Ronald W. Clark, Freud, The Man and the Cause (New York, 1980).] Dr. Paul Federn said in 1947 that ...
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... Though widely known for his writings on cosmology and ancient history, Velikovsky began his career as a psychoanalyst, and earned the respect of such pioneers in that field as Bleuler, Freud, and Stekel (see "About the Author," following the text). MANKIND IN AMNESIA, in which the author's theory of cosmic catastrophism finds its psychological counterpart, is the product of a lifetime of brilliant analytical insights. In this thought-provoking document, Velikovsky undertakes to reveal the hidden springs of our irrational behavior. The global catastrophes of ancient times, as Velikovsky shows, had devastating effects on the human psyche. Collectively, mankind acts like an amnesia victim seeking to relive a traumatic experience ...
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... Theodor Reik has also pointed to the similar end of Jocasta and the Sphinx-in suicide.4 The victory over the Sphinx or the overpowering of the mother is a necessary counterpart to the killing of a father by a son, an action real or symbolic. This splitting of the mother's image into hateful and attractive components could also have been the psychological reason for the incongruous addition: a prince who killed a king takes his queen; why should he be burdened with the riddles of a maiden-monster after having performed the heroic deed of removing the king? But let us not pass by, like a heedless traveler, the monster sitting on the rock. The creature that watched over Thebes ...
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