Monthly Archives: March 2015

Dev Patel: Running on Empathy

Dev Patel is everywhere. He’s saving science in South Africa in “Chappie.” He’s hatching hotels in India in “Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel”. On HBO’s Newsroom, he becomes a reporter on the run, holding the key to national security and … Continue reading

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“A Poverty of Words”: A Richness of Image!

Fred Pollack’s new book of poetry, A Poverty of Words, is a brilliant cavalcade of images, action and observation. An often unsettling trip, with unforgettable characters and landscapes, it takes the measure of our current world and finds it wanting. … Continue reading

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The Career

There are beings that rise from death towards life but never make it. Are condemned to watch, therefore – possibly guard – objects. Source: www.archetypeinaction.com by Frederick Pollack See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action

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Why Study the History of Psychotherapy? – with prof. Sonu Shamdasani – e-jungian.com

Why Study the History of Psychotherapy? – an Inaugural Lecture by Sonu Shamdasani. Source: e-jungian.com See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action

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Einstein’s Folklore | Folklife Today

Einstein’s Folklore. A blog post at “Folklife Today” on 2013-12-18. Source: blogs.loc.gov See on Scoop.it – Archetype in Action

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Imagine a Dreamer

Years later I felt guilty about not participating in the revolutionary spirit of those history-making times. But now I realize it made an indelible impression on me anyway. I wanted to care and love as much as those students and … Continue reading

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Imagine a Dreamer

Years later I felt guilty about not participating in the revolutionary spirit of those history-making times. But now I realize it made an indelible impression on me anyway. I wanted to care and love as much as those students and … Continue reading

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“Red Army” and “Leviathan” — Matryoshka

They will neither thaw the new Cold War nor promote world peace. But Leviathan and Red Army, currently on a slow march through U.S. cinema art houses afford compelling insights into Russia and its people. Source: www.archetypeinaction.com by Michael Berkowitz … Continue reading

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Does MadinAmerica Promote the Spreading of Scientific Anarchy?

I believe that Dr. Jeffrey Lieberman, the past president of the American Psychiatric Association must judge some writers and commenters here on MIA as being “anti-science” and “anarchists.” He has now published at least two articles that, in essence, suggest … Continue reading

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