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The editors discuss Paige Lewis’s poem "You Can Take Off Your Sweater, I’ve Made Today Warm" from the January 2018 issue of POETRY.
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Concluding on William James's Psychology, the Briefer Course (1892). We briefly cover emotions and spend the bulk of our time on will. Talking about emotions allows us to refresh on James's overall theory of mind: An organism's activity basically involves various signals coming in through the senses and going out to produce reaction. This chain can reach to a greater or lesser extent into consciousness: from a reflex (mindless) action at one extreme, which might be or simply start as an instinct, or might have once been a choice but then became a habit. An emotion is a physiological reaction that we then notice; this feeling of the physical change is the emotion. Attention (accompanied by memory) is the faculty that filters the confusion of the stream of experience into identifiable things. A voluntary action is one taken with a memory that such an action can be done (so it must have been done the first time by instinct, reflex, or chance) with a plan to produce the same effect. This gives a partial picture of what "will" amounts to. It's not a single faculty, but a combination of different phenomena, mostly related to attention. You could consider every voluntary action to be "willed," but many such actions don't hold our attention more than a moment or are part of a habitual chain, such that they don't actually attract our attention unless something goes wrong. I might be thirsty and reach for the water in front of me while concentrating on something else. Did I "will" the action? Well, the only times we generally use that term is when there's some difficulty in the decision or the action: I reach for the water, but I'm very tired and have to overcome my tiredness to reach for it, as if the obstacle is saying "are you sure?" Or maybe the drink is whisky and I stop to think whether I’ve already had too much. In short, these input-output chains can conflict, which then brings attention to bear, and when we do make a decision, that’s where the explicit “fiat” that we typically call “will” comes in (even though many more actions are voluntary and hence willed as opposed to against-your-will). James thinks that whichever idea is held in attention the longest tends to have causal efficacy. If my desire for the alcohol is great, then repeated acts of attention would be required to pull myself back from that desire and consider the idea that enough is enough. Insofar as we have to exert this kind of effort, that really feels like will. With this picture established, we spend some time bickering about James’s stance regarding free will. He explicitly says that he’s not going to deal with that in this essay, that we can still talk about moral psychology with just the facts of temptation and effort as described above, and we can judge someone’s virtue from their apparent capacity to summon up such effort. As a scientist, James says that he’s committed to the idea that all actions have a physiological cause, yet he can distinguish phenomenologically between actions that seem like involuntary, reflex actions from ones that seem deliberative and voluntary. But are we really, metaphysically, free? The scientist must remain silent on this point, as metaphysics is outside the scope of science.
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Judson Brewer, Director of Research at the University of Massachusetts Medical School Center for Mindfulness, is a revolutionary thought leader in the field of habit change and the “science of self-mastery.” In this discussion, Judson and Jerry ponder identity, how beliefs about our character might shape the way we show up to meet the world, and the ways in which our perceived identities restrict and confine our sense of self. Links UMass Center for Mindfulness - https://www.umassmed.edu/cfm/ The Craving Mind - https://www.amazon.com/Craving-Mind-Cigarettes-Smartphones-Hooked/dp/0300223242
In this episode of the Waking Up podcast, Sam Harris speaks with Eric Weinstein and Ben Shapiro about the breakdown of shared values, the problem with identity politics, religion, free will, the primacy of reason, and many other topics. You can support the Waking Up podcast at SamHarris.org/support.
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To subscribe on Apple podcasts please visit http://apple.co/2r40QPA or on Andriod http://subscribeonandroid.com/www.lse.ac.uk/assets/richmedia/webFeeds/lseiqpodcast_iTunesStore.xml or search for 'LSE IQ' in your favourite podcast app or visit http://lse.ac.uk/iq Welcome to LSE IQ, a monthly podcast from the London School of Economics and Political Science, where we ask leading social scientists - and other experts - to answer an intelligent question about economics, politics or society. If you do a quick Amazon search on ‘leadership books’ and you’ll get nearly 200,000 results. These books promise to reveal the leadership secrets of luminaries such as Steve Jobs, notable explorers, military figures, and numerous sports men and women. Whether we’re seeking to improve our own ability to lead or wondering why those around us aren't better at it, there’s plenty of advice out there. In this episode of LSE IQ, Sue Windebank looks at the research and asks, 'What makes a great leader?' This episode features: Dr Connson Locke, Senior Lecturer in Practice, LSE Department of Management; Professor Elizabeth Samet, Department of English & Philosophy, US Military Academy, West Point and; Professor Ben Voyer, Visiting Fellow, LSE’s Department of Psychological and Behavioural Science. For further information about the podcast and all the related links visit http://lse.ac.uk/iq and please tell us what you think using the hashtag #LSEIQ.
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Brandon answers a listener's question about switching jobs, with an underlying general theme of fear of change, and he offers his perspective on the matter which includes releasing resistance and energetically moving into the space of what we desire, something that many of us find more challenging than the "traditional" path of worldly feats and deeds. He also shares an Abraham-Hicks clip with a great viewpoint on all this.
First broadcast on Monday 15th January 2018. This is show number 1 of 6 from a group of young people taken from across YR7/8/9 to make a crack radio broadcasting team. They worked exceptionally hard to produce this stunning piece of live radio. Part of the Arts Council of Wales brilliant initiative, this exercise was designed to improve the love of writing with a focus on confidence with language. The project "what you say matters" is about getting back to real words and their meaning! We'd like to hear your comments about this show so please send an email to [email protected] and the Students will read it out next time Monday January 29th . Also, if you're interested in sponsoring items in the show please get in touch. The School are trying to raise funds to continue this work with their own Radio Station after this work has finished, so please send an email to to school expressing an interest in this. Every Little Helps as one major Supermarket said! Find out more about our Pupil workshops www.AndertonTiger.com/Workshop Hosted by Russell Prue and using the Anderton Tiger HUB Reporter - a school radio station for under £6,000 that Russell has designed for schools. Details of the kit used www.AndertonTiger.com/HUB The lines are now closed, please do not send texts until the next live show otherwise you will be charged at your standard message rate and we may not be able to read your message out. Copyright music has been left in this recording as we are fully licensed to broadcast and podcast musical works.
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Today Mikey and Bil dive into the story of a local murderer from the central coast of California, Rex Krebs. Krebs is a convicted kidnapper and killer responsible for the deaths of Rachel Newhouse and Aundria Crawford, 2 college students from San Luis Obispo, CA. We explore the circumstances of the murders in detail and also discuss hunting opossums, switching from toilet paper to wet wipes, GANG GANG, scheming robots and much much more!!! SUBSCRIBE NOW!!! ITunes - apple.co/1OEAkRg Google Play - bit.ly/2hBPRuy Stitcher - bit.ly/1COaXvi Soundcloud - bit.ly/1LFXwwb YouTube - bit.ly/1QrccFO This episode is brought to you by LighterBro.com Watch the Season Finale of Awesome Ty is Running for Mayor: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0c0DT0FvwUk Listen to my interview with Private Investigator Bob Depperschmidt: https://soundcloud.com/runningformayor/026-where-in-the-world-is-awesome-ty-part-1-w-detective-bob-depperschmidt Call the hotline is you have any info on Awesome Ty: 805-591-4428
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You hide your feelings deep inside With some misguided sense of pride Then you expect me to read you like an open book Please don't flog me if I have to take a second look Though words you're keeping deep inside I've turned to that page you know you can't hide Though I can't read you like an open book I got to that part don't need to take a second look It feels like the heat of the day is wearing me thin, wearing me thin It seems like the things you don't say are taking me in, taking me in It feels like the heat of the night is wearing me thin, wearing me thin It seems like the way you just might is reeling me in, reeling me in It should be easy but I just can't tell In the final pages am I under your spell? You think you read me chapter and verse No spoiler alert but you know it's gonna get worse I get the feeling the mystery's solved Did the killer come clean will they be absolved No one survives it, that much is true Cover to covered, the feeling is blue Words and Music by David Bradley All instrumentation, vocals and production dB