Impulses and Evil: A Quick View of Three New Theoretical Approaches to Problems of the Condition

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AuthorHouse, Dec 1, 2000 - Philosophy - 108 pages
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Every day news reports are filled with tragic stories of murder, rape, general beatings and other acts of aggression and evil. Many convicted of these crimes admit freely that they were out of control when they committed their crimes.

The underlying theme of this book is that there could be more stability in troubled minds if their problems could be addressed directly. Undoubtedly, this is where aggression, anxiety and evil begin.

These three approaches to these mental problems are theoretical, but nonetheless based on solid reality. The author approaches this book from the perspective that all confusion is based on negative concepts. To aid in the resolution of these negative concepts require other concepts more beneficial to a healthy mind. This was the approach to the book you are about to read. Good concepts are beneficial for addressing bad concepts.

By all means judge for yourself. Perhaps you the reader may develop other ideas from these, or possibly expound on the concepts therein.

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Morell has a degree in Business Administration. He began writing in high school. He has traveled extensively throughout the Western U.S.

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