探索潜意识:在灵魂深处遇见未知的自己(附英文原稿)

探索潜意识:在灵魂深处遇见未知的自己(附英文原稿)

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潜意识对一个人的影响比你我想象的还要深远。 


课程亮点


1. 希腊大哲学家苏格拉底告诫人们要“了解自己”( “know thyself”),而探索人的潜意识就是了解自己的必要一环。这一系列的12讲小课教给您的知识,将帮助您将更快地做出决策、更顺利地实现目标,您也会对焦虑、渴望等情感有重新的认识,甚至会发觉那些从前没有意识到的个人偏见。


2. Top 100 慕课教授为您讲授梦境、精神疾病、诗歌、绘画深层的原理,一起进入潜意识寻找那些被忽视的智慧。 


3. 你将学到:潜意识是如何影响我们的生活和判断的?如何通过进入和调节潜意识来改善自己?当前的科学和理论对潜意识的研究发现。


4. 本课程为英语原声课程,完整还原讲述,为你打造全英文的环境;另外配以逐字的英文文稿,帮助你快速提升英语水平,更好地吸收理解课程。

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Instructor
  • 米奇·格林博士(Mitch Green)
    米奇·格林博士(Mitch Green)
    康涅狄格大学哲学系的教授兼研究生课程主任
Episodes
13 Episodes

8. Hysteria and hypnosis Episode eight hysteria and hypnosis. [00:00:10] In his book, hidden minds, the history of the unconscious, the British author and psychologist, Frank Telus discusses another, a comparatively neglected figure in the history of thought about the unconscious mind. This was pier Genae a philosopher and psychologist who worked in France and the latter part of the 19th century and early 20th among his interests with use of hypnosis, to treat patients who were experiencing disorders that had no obvious physical explanation. [00:00:35] In the latter part of the 19th century, the word hysteria was a catch all term, referring to symptoms and patients that might nowadays fall under the categories of obsessive compulsive disorders, epileptic seizures, histrionic personality disorders, dissociative identity disorders, or personality disorders. [00:00:53] One such example of a so-called hysterical patient as recounted by Telus was the case of a young woman by the ...

6. The Romantic unconscious Episode six, the romantic, unconscious [00:00:08] 70th, and much of the 18th centuries in Europe, style themselves as the age of reason and era suffused with confidence that human powers or rationality could comprehend the workings of nature in such ways to bend it to our will. Nicola, Copernicus, Robert Boyle, Isaac Newton, and other great scientists of the era made astonishing advances in our understanding of the physical world. [00:00:29] These pioneers were also an inspiration to others who dreamed of developing a kind of physics of the mind, which would lay bare the inner workings of human mentality in such a way as to render it, not just intelligible, but also capable of being harnessed for the betterment of humanity. We've already noted that live nuts while hugely impressed by the power of reason. [00:00:48] And as a scientist in the same league, as Newton, Boyle, and Copernicus had doubts that at least conscious forms of rationality can te...

5. Locke, Leibniz’s and “minute perceptions” Part two precursors to psychoanalysis [00:00:08] episode five block live nit sand minute perceptions. John Locke 1632 to 1704 was an English physician philosopher. Whose thoughts about government were an inspiration to many, including the authors of the United States constitution. He was also an influential proponent to the philosophical doctrine known as empiricism, which is the view that all knowledge derives from sensory experience and only from sensory experience to both to that appearances view lock Lockhill that if something is in one's mind, well, cannot fail to be aware that it is. [00:00:41] In his major work essay, concerning human understanding, luck, rights, whilst the soul thinks and perceives, it must necessarily be conscious of its own perception. Similarly, he remarks to be happy or miserable. Yeah. Without being conscious of it seems to me utterly inconsistent and impulsive, like also points out it isn't possible...

4. Preconscious and subconscious Conscious preconscious and subconscious. [00:00:10] It is not easy to define the notion of the unconscious, at least in a way that illuminates and much the reason is that the unconscious is best to find an opposition to that of consciousness. But who knows how to define that? We can point to examples of conscious experience, but it's very difficult to take matters further. [00:00:27] We need to start somewhere though. So let's try with examples. Imagine you go for a walk on a warm and sunny spring morning, depending on where in the world you imagine yourself to be. You might hear innumerable birds, singing waves, crashing, freeway, traffic, construction, equipment, droning away, or kids yelling their hearts out on a playground. [00:00:46] No matter what you hear also imagine paying careful attention to whatever sound impinges on you. You are now conscious of that sound, whether it's birds, waves or kids, these are examples of conscious experi...

Trailer 预告 Your unconsciousmind is like a shadow that follows you around wherever you go. But unlike ashadow, it's there. Even when the lights are out and while you can gazedirectly at shadows, you can't look directly into your unconscious mind. However,many psychologists, painters, philosophers, novelist, and other students, thathuman experience would argue that your unconscious mind has a huge impact onthe course of your life, including your ability to obtain happiness and wisdom.你的无意识思维就像一个影子,无论你走到哪里,它都会跟着你。但不像影子,它就在那里。即使灯灭了,当你可以直视阴影时,你也不能直视你的潜意识。然而,许多心理学家、画家、哲学家、小说家和其他学生认为,人类的经验会认为,你的无意识思维对你的生命历程有着巨大的影响,包括你获得幸福和智慧的能力。 How then can weunderstand that unconscious mind in the hope of attaining happiness and wisdom,if we can't access it directly, my name is Mitch green and I teach and conductresearch at the university of...

1. Understanding ourselves and others 1.了解自己和他人 Yeah,unconscious. What am I B and why it matters? Understanding ourselves andothers. 是的,不省人事。我是什么?为什么重要?了解自己和他人。 Everyday talk ispeppered with references, either explicit or implicit to the unconscious. Forinstance, it's not uncommon to hear someone referring to another person asharboring anger at his parents or feelings of inadequacy about his ownabilities. Implicit in such remarks is often the idea that the person inquestion is not aware of the anger or the feelings of inadequacy. 每天的谈话都充满了对潜意识的暗示,无论是显性的还是隐性的。例如,有人说另一个人对父母怀有愤怒或对自己能力不足的感觉并不少见。这些话中隐含着这样一种想法,即当事人没有意识到自己的愤怒或不适当的感觉。 Also suchdescriptions might be offered as part of an explanation of why the person inquestion behaves as they do. That's why he does just those things that provokehis parents so much. And this pattern o...

2. Knowledge, wisdom and the examined life 2.知识、智慧与考究的人生 Knowledge wisdomand the examined life,highly intelligent and extremely knowledgeable withoutbeing wise to see why, let me explain a bit about how philosophers think aboutknowledge and then contrast that phenomenon with wisdom, knowledge comes inmany forms, personal impersonal ability and propositional. Personal knowledge,as you might surmise concerns, what an individual knows such knowledge dividesinto two subclasses and only those in which a person knows that something isthe case, so-called propositional knowledge and those in which a person knowshow to do something so-called ability, knowledge, and example of personalpropositional knowledge is when Akbar knows that Tbilisi is a city in Georgia. 知识智慧与被审视的人生,高度智慧,极其博学而不见得聪明明白为什么,让我来解释一下哲学家是如何看待知识的,然后将这种现象与智慧进行对比,知识有多种形式,个人的非个人能力和命题性。个人知识,正如你可能猜测的那样...

9. Parapraxes Part three Freud's astounding claims episode nine parapraxis. So when Freud and Joseph Briar collaborated successfully up until the publication of their work studies on hysteria published in 1895. The book was relatively well-received. Nevertheless, it was not long before the two authors had parted ways. [00:00:24] One reason is that as you thought more about the causes and potential treatment of hysterical symptoms, Freud found himself placing more and more emphasis on sexual causes, who was becoming convinced that frustrated sexual urges were at the root of a great variety of hysterical symptoms. Brighter on the other hand, found the suggestion, limiting and wished to remain open to the possibility of a wide variety of possible causes that troubled his patients at the same time for, I was losing faith in the power of hypnosis to reveal the unconscious sources of his patient's behavior. [00:00:53] Whereas Broyer was convinced of the therapeutic power of the meth...

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