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Grappling with gene-culture co-evolution
(The Irish Psychologist, 2006-06)
Human beings strive to understand. Understanding helps us to survive, adapt, and flourish. A central theme in the history of philosophical and religious thought has been the call to "know thyself" and to "understand thy ...
Quality thinking and quality teaching are desirable but difficult to achieve. Although lectures are necessary to teach information, one cannot rely on them to promote critical and constructive thinking skills. Nevertheless, ...
Consciousness of brain
(Psychological Society of Ireland, 2006)
Evolved consciousness makes possible a rich variety of experience, transmissible from mind to mind via poetical and logical symbolism. Scientific experience involves mapping the energy of the system onto a correspondent ...
Cultivating thought-full and creative thinkers: A comment on quality merging Costa with Claxton et al.
The two keynote papers in the first issue of Thinking Skills and Creativity provide significant food for thought. Working to teach thinking skills and creativity is a real challenge. Many university professors shadow this ...
Soft and Hard: Indications Intimations Implications
(Editions du Centre Pompidou, 2006)
"At a time when television was extending its bravery and its boundaries, when it offered creative space for the world¿s film-makers, when a cinema of ideas was still possible..."