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Psycho-Epistemology II

Harry Binswanger

Presented at: Lyceum 1997

Date: Aug 09, 1997

"Psycho-epistemology" is Ayn Rand's term for the branch of psychology that studies the interaction between the conscious mind and the automatic functions of the subconscious. Building on his 1995 Lyceum lectures on psycho-epistemology, Dr. Binswanger will discuss further ideas on this subject, with emphasis on its practical applications. Topics will include: how to mobilize the subconscious in problem-solving; aids to keeping one's objectivity in the midst of intense emotions; proper "filing" as a means of avoiding hasty generalizations; what to "monitor" for in one's own psycho-epistemology.


Parts: 2

Handout: none