2 edition of Modesty; a psychological study of its instinctive character. found in the catalog.
Modesty; a psychological study of its instinctive character.
Jules de La VaissieМЂre
Translation of La pudeur instinctive.
|Statement||Tr. by Sidney A. Raemers.|
|LC Classifications||BJ1533.M73 L32|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 163 p.|
|Number of Pages||163|
|LC Control Number||37002841|
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Philosophers and psychologists have been hard at work trying to unlock the mysteries of our characters. Unfortunately, their answers have been all over the map. According to one position, every single person has all of the moral virtues, such as modesty and compassion, although to varying degrees. Yet according to another position, no one has any character traits at all since they are simply. Coming of Age in Samoa is a book by American anthropologist Margaret Mead based upon her research and study of youth – primarily adolescent girls – on the island of Ta'u in the Samoan book details the sexual life of teenagers in Samoan society in the early 20th century, and theorizes that culture has a leading influence on psychosexual development.
Operating within its own limits, psychology can be helpful. Too often, however, we appeal to psychology for assistance without a proper understanding of the empirical and moral limits of the discipline. Like all social sciences, psychology’s findings are expressed in probabilities that are narrowly defined by the researcher. A wonderfully relevant passage from David Brooks’ terrific book The Social Animal: The Hidden Sources of Love, Character, and Achievement, ht NM: Epistemology is the study of how we know what we know. Epistemological modesty is the knowledge of how little we know and can know. Epistemological modesty is an attitude toward life. This attitude [ ].
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Get this from a library. Modesty; a psychological study of its instinctive character. [Jules de La Vaissiere]. Modesty is an almost instinctive fear prompting concealment and usually centering on sex (Ellis, ). In a book about the development of clothing fashions, modesty is defined as “a check on the impulse to self-aggrandizement, an inhibition of ‘dressing up'; an attempt to damp down sexual allure” (Laver, ).
Modesty is an inhibitory impulse directed against either social or sexual forms of by: 5. Author(s): La Vaissiere,Jules de Title(s): Modesty; a psychological study of its instinctive by Sidney A. Raemers.
Country of Publication: United. central problem; and in a book published some three years ago— Man and Woman: a Study of Human Secondary Sexual Characters—I put forward what was, in my own eyes, an introduction to the study of the primary questions of sexual psychology.
Now that. PSYCHOLOGY OF MODESTY AND CLOTHING 25 1 organic hesitancy, though in the case of woman social hesitancy may play even the greater role.
Pairing is in its nature a seiz- ure, and the coquetry of the female goes back, perhaps, to an instinctive aversion to being seized. The Psychology of Modesty and Clothing.
NO ALTOGETHER satisfactory theory of the origin of modesty has been advanced. The naive assumption that men were ashamed because they were naked, and clothed themselves to hide their nakedness, is not tenable in face of the large mass of evidence that many of the natural races are naked, and not ashamed of their nakedness; and a much stronger case.
Modesty is needed in every century and in every culture. It is needed by women of every age, but it is variable. Modesty has to do with the occasion. What is modest and appropriate for exercise and beachwear, is not appropriate for worship and weddings or the workplace.
And modesty has to do with the expectations of the culture in which one lives. Modesty is not ignorance of the self or indifference to others but an orientation towards protecting another person from the hurtful lack or loss in feelings of self-worth that may arise from the.
he classification of strengths presented in this book is intended to reclaim the study of character and virtue as legitimate topics of psychological inquiry and informed societal discourse.
By providing ways of talking about character strengths and measuring them across the life span, this classifica. "The link between facial features and character may be tenuous at best, but that doesn't stop our minds from sizing other people up at a glance," said Todorov, an assistant professor of psychology.
"We decide very quickly whether a person possesses many of the traits we feel are important, such as likeability and competence, even though we have. Modesty, which may be provisionally defined as an almost instinctive fear prompting to concealment and usually centering around the sexual processes, while common to both sexes is more peculiarly.
Revised and updated, this fifteenth anniversary edition of A Return to Modesty reignites Wendy Shalit’s controversial claim that we have lost our respect for an essential virtue: modesty. When A Return to Modesty was first published inits argument launched a worldwide discussion about the possibility of innocence and romantic idealism.
Wendy Shalit was the first to systematically Reviews: Psychology as the Behaviourist Vies it - J.B. Watson 5 we have carried out upon learning have likewise contributed little to human psychology.
It seems reasonably clear that some kind of compromise must be affected: either psychology must change its viewpoint so as to take in facts of behavior, whether or not they have bearings upon the problems of. I WILLIAM JAMES, Principles of Psychology, Vol.
II, p. 2" The Evolution of Modesty," Psychological Review, Vol. VI, pp. 3 JAMES, Zoc. cit., p. 4 Darwin's explanation of shyness, modesty, shame, and blushing as due origi- nally to " self-attention directed to personal appearance, in relation to the opinion of. Books shelved as modesty: A Return to Modesty: Discovering the Lost Virtue by Wendy Shalit, Defeat Into Victory: Battling Japan in Burma and India, Modesty Revisited By Wendy Shalit.
Miss Shalit spoke at Hillsdale College on Novem The following is an excerpt of her presentation, which she delivered in Phillips Auditorium at a seminar sponsored by the College’s Center for Constructive Alternatives. work of this character and would obscure the course of my exposition.
Although I have tried to make this book intelligible and useful to those who are not professed students of psychology, it is by no means a mere dishing up of current doctrines for popular consumption; and it may add to its usefulness in the hands of professional psychologists.
Order Your Copy of the Radiant Modesty E-Book. Final Thoughts. There you go, my friend. Those are my favorite books about modesty. In my Radiant Modesty E-Book I share a few more good books on this topic.
But as I said, the books on this list are my favorites. 🙂 If you have any favorite books on the topic of modesty, please share them in the. Modesty, Shame. Whether there be an instinctive impulse to hide certain parts of the body and certain acts' is perhaps even more open to doubt than whether there be an instinct of cleanliness.
Anthropologists have denied it, and in the utter shamelessness of infancy and of many savage tribes have seemed to find a good basis for their views. “I suppose that one reason I have always detested religion is its sly tendency to insinuate the idea that the universe is designed with 'you' in mind or, even worse, that there is a divine plan into which one fits whether one knows it or not.
This kind of modesty is too arrogant for. In this respect, Character and Moral Psychology serves as a model for the science of character and for continued work that lies at the intersection of philosophy and psychology." -- Ethics "The book is likely to advance the reader along new, interesting, and insightful lines.
It is exceptionally lucid, it offers a good summary of Miller's Reviews: 1.Color Psychology (the “Colour Affects” system) Color psychology is a matter of debate, to say the least. There are very few (if any) undisputed scientific research presented, yet an increasing number of physicists, psychologists, biologists and neuroscientists are taking the subject increasingly more seriously.
How does it work?Study of a particular thing in isolation does not reveal its effects. • 2. The denial of causal relations does not lead to an internally contradictory statement. • Free equals caused by the right sorts of internal factors such as desires, emotions, beliefs and character traits.
Hume Advance Compatibilism.