PLATO ON: The Forms

Asking one’s self and others what the perfect version of something is the ideal version might sound like a strange idea What is the perfect marriage? or career? or system of government? or school? It can feel immature and naïve to bother much with such questions they’re just daydreams. After all: who cares about ideal versions? we might as well…

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Freud, Jung, Luke Skywalker, and the Psychology of Myth: Crash Course World Mythology #40

Hi. I’m Mike Rugnetta, this is Crashcourse Mythologyand today we’re going to lay mythology down on this comfy little couch over here and listento all its problems. It’s time to get all psychology on mythology. We’ll be examining the theories of bothSigmund Freud and Carl Jung, and discussing the curious relationship the works of bothmen have to mythology. So, Thoth,…

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Pharaoh- UNDENIABLE PROOF HOMOSEXUALITY IS A UN-NATURAL MENTAL DISORDER PT.2!

we pop the bottles like that rhythm I have this ritual yeah I wake up and go get it as ritual yeah keep it clean on my arms of virtue bro rich rich rich rich and your soul eat your flesh like a ritual yeah I think I don't but I got it in here and I wanna make them…

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Stoic rules for mental health

people often assume that mental healthcare is incredibly complicated very difficult to understand and very hard to achieve there's no shortage of mental health professionals who will go out of their way to pretend that what they do is incredibly clever telling extent they're writing is true that certain elements of mental healthcare can be extremely complicated differential diagnostic protocols…

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