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- Philosophy and the science of human nature - lecture 3 (parts of the soul I)
- Gendler, Tamar
- Professor Gendler reviews four instances of intrapersonal divisions that have appeared in philosophy, literature, psychology, and neuroscience: Plato's division between reason, spirit, and appetite; Hume's division between reason and passion; Freud's division between id, ego, and superego; and four divisions discussed by Jonathan Haidt (mind/body, left brain/right brain, old brain/new brain, and controlled/automatic thought). A discussion of a particularly vivid passage from Plato's phaedrus concludes the lecture
- Educação Superior::Ciências Humanas::Filosofia
- Yale University
- Educação Superior::Ciências Humanas::Filosofia::Epistemologia
- This video aims to discuss the parts of the soul, starting with some passages from ancient greek and ending with contemporary passages
- Running time 00:45:04
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