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15 notes tagged "fiction"

  1. perspective on psychological work
    Unlock your future by breaking free from the shackles of the past. In this introduction to my perspective on psychological work, I challenge the need to be defined by our histories and suggest a future-oriented mindset and coaching as tools for empowerment and the pursuit of higher callings
    #coaching #fiction #individuality #culture #change
  2. pip-boy
    The Fallout franchise, known for its blend of post-nuclear apocalypse and 1950s American nostalgia, critiques consumer culture. However, its TV adaptation prioritizes spectacle over depth, lacking the philosophical substance of sci-fi greats like Dune or works by Philip K. Dick.
    #future #fiction #artist #creative #letters
  3. gender and other cultural fantiasies
    while sex is biologically driven, gender is socially construed, and constricting definitions for men and women then have proved still another of
    #fiction #sexuality #culture #theology
  4. philosophy in interpretative symbolic fiction
    His people not merely live, but they live in thought. One can see them from myriad points of view. They are suggestive. There is soul in them and
    #fiction
  5. memory is a form of fiction
    any journalist or cop can tell you, if you talk to several different people about an event they all witnessed or participated in, you’ll have
    #journalism #fiction #imagination
  6. attitude which interiorizes inner events
    way we imagine our lives is the way we are going to go on living our lives … we tell ourselves about what is going on is the genre through which
    #imagination #fiction #reality
  7. therapeutic fiction genre
    fictions are mental constructs, fantasies by means of which we fashion or “fiction” (fingere) a life or a person into a case history Portnoy’s
    #fantasies #fiction #therapeutic
  8. therapist-patient collaborating in a mutual fiction story
    … counter-transference, the therapist-writer’s self-indulgence in the story. Two authors are now collaborating in a mutual fiction of therapy,
    #fiction #therapeutic
  9. the mistake of historical literalism
    The core mistake of mechanism in psychology is that it literalizes functions and actions as discrete moving parts, separated from each other. … the
    #fiction #therapeutic
  10. masochistic enjoyment of psychological horrors
    senselessness derives from a breakdown in the thematic motif: it no longer holds events together and gives them sense, … provides the mode of
    #experiential #fiction #hermetism #reality
  11. Ellipsis Chapter 9
    Forced to shelter in her downtown apartment with a group of strangers, who become her family of chance, Ellie, a young college drop-out, learns about love, friendship, belonging, and the all-new limits of the personal and collective resilience in the world with no internet.
    #fiction #ampersand
  12. philosophical fiction
    existential: Simone de Beauvoir, Jean-Paul Sartre, and Fyodor Dostoyevsky objectivism: Ayn Rand, Albert Camus, Friedrich Nietzsche, Robert Pirsig's
    #fiction #philosophical #existential #objectified #subject
  13. theory of reality in holographic universe
    Michael Talbot died of leukemia in 1992 at age 38, wrote “The Delicate Dependency” frequently appearing on lists of the best vampire novels ever
    #reality #fiction #cartesian
  14. steep road from obscurity to oblivion
    “Castaneda’s most beautiful trick was based on the popular belief in the existence of fiction and nonfiction. This belief takes it for granted that
    #fiction #reality
  15. my mescalito trip
    Castaneda’s most beautiful trick was based on the popular belief in the existence of fiction and nonfiction. This belief takes it for granted that
    #psychedelic #fiction

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