By: Ulla Sarja
How we see a human being is the main thing when deciding how we act in different situations. If you see a human being as a fundamentally egoistic and evil, is it going to influence your attitudes and decisions? Human beings however use to have...
By: G E Barr
It seems to me that normal range IQ persons have difficulty understanding anything that is not in a commercial or drilled into their subconscious minds via television, from the time they are infants.A genius is not a savant. A savant clearly is more limited...
By: Mary Tyrer
Helen Keller was diagnosed with Rubella, at19 months old, and suffered from meningitis or scarlet fever. After her illness she never regained her sight or her ability to hear. This condition is now labeled Deafblindness (Royal New Sealand Foundation of the Blind, 2006). Living approximately...
Exploring extrasensory perception (ESP)
By: Gary Wonning
Some say that people can sense what some one is saying or doing over long distances, others dispute the fact. One life experience that I can relate seems to confirm that indeed people do communicate over long distances, unbeknownst to the parties involved.We were...
How the mind helps form habits
By: Valencia Williams
I wake up in the morning; I go to the bathroom and then brushed my teeth. Because of automatic processing, I don't have to think what I do. I have already formed a habit of waking up then going to the bathroom and brushing my...
Why human beings learn best through experience
By: Bai Maleiha
Let me share what I know using simplified words for the benefit of our young readers.Personally, learning through experience is not only the domain of the "homo sapiens" (man) for even animals have been experimentally proven to be receptive and capable of learning through...
Understanding the state of consciousness
By: Steve Marshall
What is consciousness? Where does it exist and reside? Has it got, or does it possess different states of itself?Is it correct that consciousness only exists in the moment of now? Anything outside of now is unconsciousness. To be more conscious, and to embrace...
Exploring the relationship between borderline personality disorder and parental bonding
By: Kelly Mastanduno
Borderline Personality Disorder is too often a misunderstood and under diagnosed mental illness. Like most mental illnesses, there is questionable debate over how it works and why it develops. While there is some research that supports the possibility that it may be genetic, most research...
Ethical issues in research
By: Darren James Bighetty
When decisions are made about the effect of a drug towards the human body, the research first is scrutinized by people, who have a ethical perspective on their religious beliefs, that the group holds as an authority in the decisions of the masses. With or...
Human sexuality
By: Marit Bayeur
sexual personhoodI wish my sex was separate from my person.But it's not. It's hopelessly intertwined, and this is constantly frustrating. My physical cravings are so overpowering that they usurp my 'presence' in the world. And by presence I mean what I consider to be...

 

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