Dreams have been described as dress rehearsals for real life, opportunities to gratify wishes, and a form of nocturnal therapy. A new theory aims to make sense of it all.
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More than moral reasoning.
Leon Pomeroy Ph.D.
Pouring new wine in old bottles
Folie à Plusieurs in the 21st Century!
The thinking we do when we don't think about the thinking we do: microaggressions and trigger-warnings:
What no other words can tell me so clearly
Speed Dating With Speed Testing
Superstition or Science?
Body Wisdom and Body Foolishness
Car Guy Heals Himself
I became the person I always wanted to be
Canaries in the Mine of Civilization
Where Biology Meets Psychology
Healing Around the World
In Search of Shangri La
Public Health: Proactive vs. Reactive Approaches
Finding the Soul of Medicine
An Once of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure
Are You an Average Person?
Weltanschauung & Folie à Plusieurs
Mirror, Mirror, on The Wall, Who's the Fairest of Them All?
Self-Esteem or Self-Acceptance?
Neglected Values in the World of Facts?
Shame, Guilt, Humiliation
The return of Scared Rabbit, Angry Bear, and Clever Fox.
Value Science and Moral Mathematics
Discovering moral science beyond good and evil
Truth is Beauty, if Poet Keats is Right. But, is Truth Goodness?
Is the loss of pride-of-appearance something that should concern us?
Love, Personality, Politics
Are You a Feeler, Doer or Thinker?
Leon Pomeroy, Ph.D., taught at George Mason University and authored The New Science of Axiological Psychology.