Tag Archives: David Keirsey

Re-imagin-ing

David West Keirsey (August 31, 1921 – July 31, 2013) Frame Work re-: Latin – ‘again‘ –imagin-: Latin imaginari – ‘picture to oneself,’ –ing: Germanic -ung – Gerund – ‘continuing action‘ My father died on July 30th, 2013 and I intend to … Continue reading

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History of Madness – Track 18

Audio Track 18:  Dr. Keirsey talks about an assignment to pick a behavior that could be considered a mad tactic. Professor Keirsey had his lecture course on Madness taped on cassettes in 1982.  They were rediscovered after his death by … Continue reading

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History of Madness – Track 17

Audio Track 17:  Discussing the criteria of “madness”. Professor Keirsey had his lecture course on Madness taped on cassettes in 1982.  They were rediscovered after his death by chance and some sections of the tapes were partly recovered. This post is the … Continue reading

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It’s a Slow Idea

Many people have asked why is Keirsey Temperament Theory not known broadly as “it should be.” For a long time, I couldn’t give a good answer. The answer is: “It’s a Slow Idea.” My father outlines “The History of Madness”  in … Continue reading

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