Doctrinal and creedal statements of belief and ritual practices found in religious traditions are expressions of, or creations of, such experiences of meaning (Gilkey, 1976). Also available in print, DBW reference PR19. For this reason it can be useful to search the Library Catalog for both terms or to browse the shelves using the Library of Congress class letter for that subject. During the seventeenth century with the rise of the scientiﬁc paradigm, a new precision was brought to the concept of ‘‘emergence.’’ The term began to appear in scientiﬁc language as when Newton described experiments in optics, e.g., referring to the refraction of light through a prism he notes ‘‘the incident refractions were.. .equal to the emergent’’ (Newton, 1676: 555).
For instance, habitual ways of deﬁning traumata as horror laden, such as war trauma, rape, physical violence, accidental dismemberment, and so forth, often enframe our deﬁnitions of trauma such that we inattend to ‘‘positive traumas,’’ such as winning the lottery, being proposed to, ﬁnding out your pregnant with triplets, and other experiences. The witch in history: Early modern and twentieth century interpretations. The book of Ecclesiastes distinguishes the cyclical view of time regarding natural events: ‘‘The sun riseth, and the sun goeth down.’’(1:3–7) from the developmental view embedded in human events ‘‘To everything there is a season, and a time for every purpose under the heaven: A time to be born, and a time to die’’ (3: 1–8).
Berkekely, CA: University of California Press. Within the dialogue with the resurrected Christ, Mary Magdalene inquires about the nature of outer darkness. Results showed that these elderly-primed participants subsequently walked slower than did control participants (Bargh, Chen, and Burrows, 1996). As the Goddess of the Hearth, Hestia represents the relationship of women to the domestic sphere of life for whom household tasks are a central activity. New York: International Universities Press.
Toward a more culturally sensitive DSM-IV: Psychoreligious and psychospiritual problems. DARE is different from other dictionaries in that it does not include words that are commonly used throughout the United States, but rather focuses on the regional aspects of our language, documenting words, phrases, and pronunciations that vary from one place to another. New York: Basic Books. ¨ hrung in die Ethik. Pragmatism viewed means and ends as interdependent.
From this foundation, it is elaborated upon in multitudes of ways, creating meditative devices the world over. As with any other healing modality, there can be pitfalls, such as if the egos of the patient and/or the practitioner get in the way of the process. Recent works in psychological type have examined the role of type in religion and spirituality, studying the ways in which each of the 16 types approaches worship and engages in spiritual practices and works. Plato says that the soul forms wings (ptero ¯tai), and that it ‘‘throbs and palpitates.. . it is feverish and uncomfortable and itches when they [wings] begin to grow’’ (251C).
There are thousands of reference sources available that cover practically every subject. Buenos Aires, Argentina: Siglo Veintiuno Editores. Sample topics include the Reverend Al Sharpton, Pan- Africanism, the 1963 March on Washington, and white supremacy. See also: > Drewermann, Eugen > Freud, Sigmund > Jung, Carl Gustav > Plato and Religion > Plato on the Soul > Psychoanalysis Ethics of the Fathers Lynn Somerstein ‘‘Ethics of the Fathers,’’ called, in Hebrew, Pirkei Avot, and more properly translated as ‘‘Chapters of the Fathers,’’ is known as ‘‘Ethics of the Fathers’’ because of its content – a collection of laws, aphorisms and guides to ethical behavior – wisdom literature that is over two thousand years old.
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. When this happens, each partner will suffer from the limitations of the other’s undeveloped side: the man’s touchy, undifferentiated feelings and the woman’s stereotyped thinking. The church and the tsarist authorities condoned—and even encouraged—violent pogroms against the Jews in 1881–82 and again in 1905. Jung collected numerous mandalas drawn by his patients (Jung, 9,1: para. 627–712). Alchemy is mysterious in that there is no order that is observable from the outside; even deciding what substance is chosen to begin the transformation is cloaked.
Fuzzy Searches (pattern matches): A fuzzy search is useful if you are not sure how to spell a particular word or if alternative spellings are permissible. It is likely that religious coping may be helpful in relieving the distress associated with psychotic illness, and the appearance of ‘‘religious symptoms’’ may indicate attempts to cope with distress, rather than as symptoms as such. How has it been related to psychology and to the psychology of religion?
Stages of faith: The psychology of human development and the quest for meaning. In psychological terms, the point of creation represents the moment of ultimate potential and unlimited creativity. N44 2003 15 volumes, which may be borrowed. Basil Pennington and Thomas Keating (Scotton et al., 1996). Tokyo: Kōsei Shuppansha, 1977. [BQ 2059 K3] Katō, Shukō. Transcendence as freedom, if experienced in the here and now mode of existence, is an immanent experience of actualizing possibilities within one’s ways of being-in-the-world.
Freud’s psychology, says Van Herik, ‘‘is primarily about the socialized son and secondarily about the socialized daughter in a situation where father-son dynamics are primary.’’ More directly, Gary Ahlskog (2001) says that he is not sure there is even one piece of Freudian theory so sacrosanct that it deserves allegiance and discipleship, which ‘‘proper’’ therapists are supposed to endorse. After a rather wild adolescence, he began to work out his own intellectual and religious beliefs by means of trying on a number of ideas: to name a few, he was highly inﬂuenced by various strands of Platonism; he struggled with Manichaeism and skepticism; and, ﬁnally, he embraced Christianity.