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  • 1mental — mental, intellectual, psychic, intelligent, cerebral can mean of, relating to, or characteristic of that sum total of powers or functions called variously mind, intellect, soul, psyche, or brain (compare MIND 2). In general mental applies… …

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  • 2Mental Pathology —     Mental Pathology     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Mental Pathology     This subject will be considered under the following headings:     I. Localization of Mental Faculties     II. Causes of Mental Disturbances     III. Varieties of Insanity… …

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  • 3mental disorder — Any illness with a psychological origin, manifested either in symptoms of emotional distress or in abnormal behaviour. Most mental disorders can be broadly classified as either psychoses or neuroses (see neurosis; psychosis). Psychoses (e.g.,… …

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  • 4mental hygiene — Science of maintaining mental health and preventing disorders to help people function at their full mental potential. It includes all measures taken to promote and preserve mental health: rehabilitation of the mentally disturbed, prevention of… …

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  • 5Mental Capacity Act 2005 — The Mental Capacity Act 2005[1] Parliament of the United Kingdom Long title An Act to make new provision relating to persons who lack capacity; to establ …

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  • 6Mental illness in fiction — Works of fiction dealing with mental illness include: Contents 1 Literature 2 Motion pictures 3 Television 4 See also 5 …

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  • 7Mental mapping — The concept of a mental map may refer to a person s personal point of view perception of their own world. Although this kind of subject matter would seem most likely to be studied by fields in the social sciences, this particular subject is most… …

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  • 8Problem of mental causation — The problem of mental causation is a conceptual issue in the philosophy of mind. That problem, in short, is how to account for the common sense idea that intentional thoughts or intentional mental states are causes of intentional actions. The… …

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  • 9Jerry Fodor on mental architecture — Jerry Fodor is notable for his important and influential ideas on a hypothesized structure of the mind or, what has often been called mental architecture. Contents 1 Fodor and Chomsky 2 Why modularity matters 2.1 Gibson and the inferential thesis …

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  • 10Chess as mental training — Students of the Angelo King International Center, De La Salle College of Saint Benilde in Manila learning and playing chess tactics as mental training There are efforts to use the game of chess as a tool to aid the intellectual development of… …

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  • 11Indian philosophy — Any of the numerous philosophical systems developed on the Indian subcontinent, including both orthodox (astika) systems, namely, the Nyaya, Vaisheshika, Samkhya, Yoga, Mimamsa, and Vedanta schools of philosophy, and unorthodox (nastika) systems …

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  • 12Leibniz: truth, knowledge and metaphysics — Nicholas Jolley Leibniz is in important respects the exception among the great philosophers of the seventeenth century. The major thinkers of the period characteristically proclaim the need to reject the philosophical tradition; in their… …

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  • 13Integral psychology (Sri Aurobindo) — Sri Aurobindo and The Mother Books Collected Works · Life Divine · Synthesis of Yoga · Savitri · Agenda · Teachings Involution/Involutio …

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  • 14Sacrifice of the Mass — • The word Mass (missa) first established itself as the general designation for the Eucharistic Sacrifice in the West after the time of Pope Gregory the Great, the early Church having used the expression the breaking of bread (fractio panis) or… …

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  • 15Dutch Pioneer Community Care in Psychiatry —    (from 1945)    Although the Dutch Mental Hygiene Movement (Nederlandsche Vereeniging ter Bevordering der Geestelijke Volksgezondheid) had been founded in 1924, it remained an anemic organization with little influence. In August 1945, however,… …

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  • 16Brianna Diggers — is a fictional character from the comic, Gold Digger . The sister of Gina and Brittany Diggers, she is actually a clone combining the DNA of Gina and Cheetah. As such, she is a combination of traits from both her sisters, possessing some of… …

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  • 17Foundations of mathematics — is a term sometimes used for certain fields of mathematics, such as mathematical logic, axiomatic set theory, proof theory, model theory, and recursion theory. The search for foundations of mathematics is also a central question of the philosophy …

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  • 18Martin Buber — Full name Martin Buber Born February 8, 1878 Vienna, Austria Died June 13, 1965(1965 06 13) (aged 87) Jerus …

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  • 19Polarizer — For the photographic filter, see Polarizing filter (Photography). A polarizing filter cuts down the reflections (top) and made it possible to see the photographer through the glass at roughly Brewster s angle although reflections off the back… …

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  • 20Allan Fitzsimmons — Allan K. Fitzsimmons is the Wildlands Fuel Coordinator at the United States Department of the Interior. This is a newly created position were he will coordinate and implement fuels treatment on lands managed by the Bureau of Indian Affairs,… …

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