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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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History of Madness – Track 7

Professor Keirsey had his lecture course on Madness taped on cassettes in 1982.  This post is the seventh 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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History of Madness – Track 6

Professor Keirsey had his lecture course on Madness taped on cassettes in 1982.  This post is the sixth audio track.  Some parts of the lectures are missing.  But, more audio tracks will follow. Track 1:  The beginning of History of Madness lecture … Continue reading

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History of Madness – Track 3-4

Professor Keirsey had his lecture course on Madness taped on cassettes in 1982.  This post is the fourth (there was no third)  audio track.  More audio tracks will follow. Track 1:  The beginning of History of Madness lecture course He surveys the … Continue reading

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History of Madness – Track 2

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

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The History of Madness — Track 1

Professor Keirsey had his lecture course on Madness taped in 1982.  This is the first audio track.  More audio tracks will follow. He surveys the idea of madness “as far back as we can go”.  At the end of the … Continue reading

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The Premise

“The history of philosophy is to a great extent that of a certain clash of human temperaments. Undignified as such a treatment may seem to some of my colleagues, I shall have to take account of this clash and explain … Continue reading

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