Je pense trop Comment canaliser ce mental envahissant

Je pense trop   Comment canaliser ce mental envahissant
Author: Christel Petitcollin
Publsiher: Les éditions Trédaniel
Total Pages: 174
Release: 2014-07-15
Genre: Family & Relationships
ISBN: 9782813211217

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Comment canaliser ce mental envahissant Qui pourrait penser qu'être intelligent puisse faire souffrir et rendre malheureux ? Pourtant, je reçois souvent en consultation des gens qui se plaignent de trop penser. Ils disent que leur mental ne leur laisse aucun répit, même la nuit. Ils en ont marre de ces doutes, de ces questions, de cette conscience aiguë des choses, de leurs sens trop développés auxquels n'échappe aucun détail. Ils voudraient débrancher leur esprit, mais ils souffrent surtout de se sentir différents, incompris et blessés par le monde d'aujourd'hui. Ils concluent souvent par : " Je ne suis pas de cette planète ! " Ce livre propose des cours de mécanique et de pilotage de ces cerveaux surefficients.

How the French Think

How the French Think
Author: Sudhir Hazareesingh
Publsiher: Penguin UK
Total Pages: 448
Release: 2015-06-25
Genre: History
ISBN: 9780141974804

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Sudhir Hazareesingh's How the French Think is a warm yet incisive exploration of the French intellectual tradition, and its exceptional place in a nation's identity and lifestyle Why are the French an exceptional nation? Why do they think they are so exceptional? An important reason is that in France intellectual activity is regarded not just as the preserve of the thinking elite but for almost everyone. French thought can sometimes be austere and often opaque, yet it is undeniably bold and innovative, and driven by a relentless quest for the regeneration of humanity. Sudhir Hazareesingh traces its tumultuous history in an enormously enjoyable and highly original manner, showing how the French ways of thought and life connect. This will be one of the most revealing books written about them - or any other European country - for years. Sudhir Hazareesingh was born in Mauritius. He is a Fellow of the British Academy and has been a Fellow and Tutor in Politics at Balliol College, Oxford, since 1990. Among his books are The Legend of Napoleon (Granta, 2004) and Le MytheGaullien (Gallimard, 2010). He won the Prix du Memorial d'Ajaccio and the Prix de la Fondation Napoleon for the first of these, and a Prix d'Histoire du Senat for the second.

Divergent Mind

Divergent Mind
Author: Jenara Nerenberg
Publsiher: HarperCollins
Total Pages: 237
Release: 2020-03-24
Genre: Psychology
ISBN: 9780062876812

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AUDIBLE EDITOR'S PICK A paradigm-shifting study of neurodivergent women—those with ADHD, autism, synesthesia, high sensitivity, and sensory processing disorder—exploring why these traits are overlooked in women and how society benefits from allowing their unique strengths to flourish. As a successful Harvard and Berkeley-educated writer, entrepreneur, and devoted mother, Jenara Nerenberg was shocked to discover that her “symptoms”--only ever labeled as anxiety-- were considered autistic and ADHD. Being a journalist, she dove into the research and uncovered neurodiversity—a framework that moves away from pathologizing “abnormal” versus “normal” brains and instead recognizes the vast diversity of our mental makeups. When it comes to women, sensory processing differences are often overlooked, masked, or mistaken for something else entirely. Between a flawed system that focuses on diagnosing younger, male populations, and the fact that girls are conditioned from a young age to blend in and conform to gender expectations, women often don’t learn about their neurological differences until they are adults, if at all. As a result, potentially millions live with undiagnosed or misdiagnosed neurodivergences, and the misidentification leads to depression, anxiety, low self-esteem, and shame. Meanwhile, we all miss out on the gifts their neurodivergent minds have to offer. Divergent Mind is a long-overdue, much-needed answer for women who have a deep sense that they are “different.” Sharing real stories from women with high sensitivity, ADHD, autism, misophonia, dyslexia, SPD and more, Nerenberg explores how these brain variances present differently in women and dispels widely-held misconceptions (for example, it’s not that autistic people lack sensitivity and empathy, they have an overwhelming excess of it). Nerenberg also offers us a path forward, describing practical changes in how we communicate, how we design our surroundings, and how we can better support divergent minds. When we allow our wide variety of brain makeups to flourish, we create a better tomorrow for us all.

The Rejection of Consequentialism

The Rejection of Consequentialism
Author: Samuel Scheffler
Publsiher: Oxford University Press
Total Pages: 133
Release: 1994-08-11
Genre: Philosophy
ISBN: 9780191040160

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In contemporary philosophy, substantive moral theories are typically classified as either consequentialist or deontological. Standard consequentialist theories insist, roughly, that agents must always act so as to produce the best available outcomes overall. Standard deontological theories, by contrast, maintain that there are some circumstances where one is permitted but not required to produce the best overall results, and still other circumstances in which one is positively forbidden to do so. Classical utilitarianism is the most familiar consequentialist view, but it is widely regarded as an inadequate account of morality. Although Professor Scheffler agrees with this assessment, he also believes that consequentialism seems initially plausible, and that there is a persistent air of paradox surrounding typical deontological views. In this book, therefore, he undertakes to reconsider the rejection of consequentialism. He argues that it is possible to provide a rationale for the view that agents need not always produce the best possible overall outcomes, and this motivates one departure from consequentialism; but he shows that it is surprisingly difficult to provide a satisfactory rationale for the view that there are times when agents must not produce the best possible overall outcomes. He goes on to argue for a hitherto neglected type of moral conception, according to which agents are always permitted, but not always required, to produce the best outcomes.

Power to Bloom

Power to Bloom
Author: Nassrine Reza
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 198
Release: 2018-11-12
Genre: Electronic Book
ISBN: 1731141084

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"Power To Bloom is unlike any book you've read before. It is a gem reminiscent of Krishnamurti and Hafiz, but with its own punch of emerging wisdom and clarity. Nassrine has what I can only call the overt audacity to challenge dozens of our cherished notions about how to manage our minds and emotions. She offers short 'insight units' pointing toward a direct inner path to the foundational life-knowledge within each of us. While reading these insight units from start to finish, you'll find that a spontaneous process of awakening is stimulated, helping you to unveil what you really are" - John Selby The book has been structured in seven parts. Each part explores a special perspective regarding the natural consciousness through which life fully blossoms. While reading these pages, your ingrained identification with who you think you are will begin to dissolve naturally, allowing you to experience your original state. Biography : Nassrine was brought up in Switzerland with her Iranian father and Russian mother. Recognized at an early age with the ability to instantly perceive a person's medical condition, Nassrine regularly works with patients and groups, sharing her insights into human nature and fulfillment. For the last decade she's traveled the world leading seminars, conferences and retreats.In 2002 she came forth with a new method for enhanced healing and wellbeing called Nutri-Emotion, focusing on the natural correlations and interactions of water, emotions and physical health. Collaborating with psychologists and doctors, in 2014 she published her first book (in her native tongue of French) called Nutri-Emotion, A New Way of Healing and Self-Realization. In 2016 she published her bestselling book The Power of Acceptance - being reborn in a single instant, which has been very successful in French-speaking countries.

Temperament in Childhood

Temperament in Childhood
Author: Geldolph A. Kohnstamm,John E. Bates,Mary Klevjord Rothbart
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 674
Release: 1989
Genre: Psychology
ISBN: UOM:39015046431113

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This authoritative book addresses major topics in childhood temperament in such areas as concepts and measures, biological bases of individual differences in temperament, developmental issues, applications of temperament research in clinical and educational settings, sociocultural and other group factors as well as historical perspectives. Each section begins with a major chapter by one of the editors, followed by shorter contributions written by active researchers in the field.

Problems Methods and Tools in Experimental and Behavioral Economics

Problems  Methods and Tools in Experimental and Behavioral Economics
Author: Kesra Nermend,Małgorzata Łatuszyńska
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 342
Release: 2018-09-18
Genre: Business & Economics
ISBN: 9783319991870

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These proceedings highlight research on the latest trends and methods in experimental and behavioral economics. Featuring contributions presented at the 2017 Computational Methods in Experimental Economics (CMEE) conference, which was held in Lublin, Poland, it merges findings from various domains to present deep insights into topics such as game theory, decision theory, cognitive neuroscience and artificial intelligence. The fields of experimental economics and behavioral economics are rapidly evolving. Modern applications of experimental economics require the integration of know-how from disciplines including economics, computer science, psychology and neuroscience. The use of computer technology enhances researchers’ ability to generate and analyze large amounts of data, allowing them to use non-standard methods of data logging for experiments such as cognitive neuronal methods. Experiments are currently being conducted with software that, on the one hand, provides interaction with the people involved in experiments, and on the other helps to accurately record their responses. The goal of the CMEE conference and the papers presented here is to provide the scientific community with essential research on and applications of computer methods in experimental economics. Combining theories, methods and regional case studies, the book offers a valuable resource for all researchers, scholars and policymakers in the areas of experimental and behavioral economics.

Erewhon

Erewhon
Author: Samuel Butler
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 264
Release: 1872
Genre: Great Britain
ISBN: KBNL:KBNL03000304407

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A satirical account of a traveller's discovery of Erewhon, land of paradoxical laws and frightening contradictions, from which he eventually makes his escape in a balloon.