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Battlefield Of The Mind

Author : Joyce Meyer
ISBN : 9781848949119
Genre : Religion
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'Our actions are a direct result of our thoughts. If we have a negative mind, we will have a negative life. If, on the other hand, we renew our mind according to God's Word, we will prove out 'the good and acceptable and perfect will of God' for our lives.' Worry, doubt, confusion, depression, anger and feelings of condemnation - all these are attacks on the mind. But take heart! Joyce Meyer has helped millions to change their lives by changing the way they think. Joyce Meyer's all-time bestselling book: · Shows you how to control the thousands of thoughts you have every day · Helps you to recognise damaging thoughts that can influence your life · Identifies the 'Wilderness Mentalities' that hold us back · Demonstrates how to focus your mind to think the way Jesus thought Joyce shares the trials, tragedies and ultimate victories from her own marriage, family and ministry that have led her to amazing, life-transforming truth, and reveals her thoughts and feelings every step of the way.

Supervenience And Mind

Author : Jaegwon Kim
ISBN : 0521439965
Genre : Philosophy
File Size : 71. 21 MB
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This collection of essays presents the core of the work of influential philosopher Jaegwon Kim.

The Life Of The Mind

Author : Hannah Arendt
ISBN : 9780547541471
Genre : Philosophy
File Size : 86. 8 MB
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The author’s final work, presented in a one-volume edition, is a rich, challenging analysis of man’s mental activity, considered in terms of thinking, willing, and judging. Edited by Mary McCarthy; Indices.

From Brain To Mind

Author : James E. Zull
ISBN : 157922606X
Genre : Education
File Size : 53. 8 MB
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Finalist for Foreword Magazine's 2011 Book of the Year With his knack for making science intelligible for the layman, and his ability to illuminate scientific concepts through analogy and reference to personal experience, James Zull offers the reader an engrossing and coherent introduction to what neuroscience can tell us about cognitive development through experience, and its implications for education. Stating that educational change is underway and that the time is ripe to recognize that “the primary objective of education is to understand human learning” and that “all other objectives depend on achieving this understanding”, James Zull challenges the reader to focus on this purpose, first for her or himself, and then for those for whose learning they are responsible. The book is addressed to all learners and educators – to the reader as self-educator embarked on the journey of lifelong learning, to the reader as parent, and to readers who are educators in schools or university settings, as well as mentors and trainers in the workplace. In this work, James Zull presents cognitive development as a journey taken by the brain, from an organ of organized cells, blood vessels, and chemicals at birth, through its shaping by experience and environment into potentially to the most powerful and exquisite force in the universe, the human mind. Zull begins his journey with sensory-motor learning, and how that leads to discovery, and discovery to emotion. He then describes how deeper learning develops, how symbolic systems such as language and numbers emerge as tools for thought, how memory builds a knowledge base, and how memory is then used to create ideas and solve problems. Along the way he prompts us to think of new ways to shape educational experiences from early in life through adulthood, informed by the insight that metacognition lies at the root of all learning. At a time when we can expect to change jobs and careers frequently during our lifetime, when technology is changing society at break-neck speed, and we have instant access to almost infinite information and opinion, he argues that self-knowledge, awareness of how and why we think as we do, and the ability to adapt and learn, are critical to our survival as individuals; and that the transformation of education, in the light of all this and what neuroscience can tell us, is a key element in future development of healthy and productive societies.

Mind In Life

Author : Evan Thompson
ISBN : 9780674025110
Genre : Philosophy
File Size : 74. 4 MB
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How is life related to the mind? This work draws upon sources as diverse as molecular biology, Continental Phenomenology, and analytic philosophy to argue that mind and life are more continuous than has previously been accepted, and that modern explanations do not adequately address the myriad facets of the biology and phenomenology of mind.

Mapping The Mind

Author : Rita Carter
ISBN : 0520224612
Genre : Medical
File Size : 53. 37 MB
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Covers the multiple functions of the complex human brain, providing graphics and simple terminology and sidebars written by experts in the field of brain mapping.

Society Of Mind

Author : Marvin Minsky
ISBN : 9780671657130
Genre : Psychology
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An authority on artificial intelligence introduces a theory that explores the workings of the human mind and the mysteries of thought

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