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Paul Ricoeur and Narrative Identity - Psychology Today, Apr 2016
"French philosopher Paul Ricoeur (1913-2005) developed an account of narrative and narrative identity<https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/basics/identity> that has been highly influential."
PsychologyToday  psychology  narrative  philosophy 
june 2019 by pierredv
The Long Shadow of the Eugenics Movement | Psychology Today
the eugenics movement, which gained prominence in the United States and elsewhere in the early 20th century, and eventually contributed to the atrocities of the Nazi Holocaust.

many members of the general public struggle to understand that human characteristics can be both “genetically-influenced” and “changeable”— a nuance that runs counter to the eugenics-derived view that people are born, not made.
eugenics-movement  philiip-yanos  psychologytoday  racism  holocost  nazis  bipolar-disorder  schizophrenia 
august 2018 by yolandaenoch

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