The Mind in the Making: The Relation of Intelligence to Social Reform - Complete English Version

With all the original work intact and completely translated in to English This is one of the two books recommended by Napoleon Hill in his vastly popular Law of Success series This is a ground breaking and brilliant book way ahead of its time Napoleon Hill credits much of his theology on this specific title Masterfully thought provoking and amazingly timely This titWith all the original work intact and completely translated in to English This is one of the two books recommended by Napoleon Hill in his vastly popular Law of Success series This is a ground breaking and brilliant book way ahead of its time Napoleon Hill credits much of his theology on this specific title Masterfully thought provoking and amazingly timely This title pushes the boundaries of metaphysics, philosophy and human evolution even by today s standards.
The Mind in the Making The Relation of Intelligence to Social Reform Complete English Version With all the original work intact and completely translated in to English This is one of the two books recommended by Napoleon Hill in his vastly popular Law of Success series This is a ground breakin

  • Title: The Mind in the Making: The Relation of Intelligence to Social Reform - Complete English Version
  • Author: James Harvey Robinson Joseph Anthony Amoroso
  • ISBN: 9781450578011
  • Page: 243
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Mind in the Making: The Relation of Intelligence to Social Reform - Complete English Version”

    1. What is "the mind"?We often talk about things as though they're given facts that are well known to us, while in fact we know nothing about, and "The Mind" is one of them. The question is: can I "know" the thing that I use to know with? Can I "think" of the thing I use to think with? Do I really 'use' my mind. or is it my mind that's really using me?How about 'day dreaming'?could it be a window into the area of the mind that's beyond our day-to-day thinking? could my day-dreams tell me something [...]

    2. What a great book. One has to read it to appreciate it. Advancement of a human from an ape to Egyptian gods to Greek philosophers and then Dark Ages and then back to scientific reason. Technologically advanced but socially still stuck a thousand years back. James is calling for humans to utilize scientific method in their socio/political living.

    3. Dated philosophy, but well presented. He argues that we will never progress in our study of humanity until we discard our inherited assumptions. These include religion, private ownership, government, and nationalism. Idealistic.

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