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History of Madness – Track 10

Professor Keirsey had his lecture course on Madness taped on cassettes in 1982.  This post is the tenth audio track.  More audio tracks will follow. Track 1:  The beginning of History of Madness lecture course He surveys the idea of madness “as … Continue reading

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The Payoff for Acting Crazy

THE PAYOFF Some of us use words and tools in such a way that appears to others that we cannot control our use of words and tools. We do this when under threat of being exposed as unworthy. Being found … Continue reading

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Pillars of Madness: Part IV, Disarming Confessions

THE PILLARS OF MADNESS Part IV There are four extraordinarily useful ideas amid the massive tangle of publications on madness, these contributed by four men of genius in the practice of studying and changing seemingly irrational human actions— [1] The … Continue reading

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