Anger: Its Religious and Moral Significance

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Macmillan, 1923 - Anger - 277 pages
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The primary object of this book is to discuss certain problems of mind and matter-particularly the relation between the mind and the brain-simply as questions of psychology and physiology, without regard to the bearing they may have on philosophical doctrines. Still, all such questions lie so deeply at the root of the latter, that it is impossible to discuss the one without regarding the effect they have upon the other. Hence, I have not hesitated to enter into the doctrine of Materialism so far as it is affected by the conclusions arrived at. Such questions as the relation of the mind to the body constitute the foundation of Spiritualism and Materialism. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2005 APA, all rights reserved).

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