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by Willard Gaylin

eBook Operating On The Mind ePub
Author: Willard Gaylin
Language: English
ISBN: 0465052886
ISBN13: 978-0465052882
Publisher: Basic Books (December 14, 1975)
Pages: 216
Category: Business Culture
Subcategory: Perfomance
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ePub file: 1921 kb
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Willard Gaylin (born 1925) is Clinical Professor of Psychiatry Emeritus at Columbia College of Physicians and Surgeons and co-founder, along with Daniel Callahan, of The Hastings Center.

Gaylin served as president of the Hastings Center from its inception, in 1969, until 1993 and as chairman of the board from 1993 to 1994. He is currently a member of the Center's board.

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Gaylin, Willard (2009-05). This year marks The Hastings Center's fortieth anniversary. These essays examine the four core issues that the early Center identified as its domain. Writing on behavioral contrao, cofounder Willard Gaylin recalls that. Related Items in Google Scholar.

THE OPEN MIND Guest: Willard Gaylin Title: The Perversion of. .I’m Richard Heffner, your host on The Open Mind. On issue after issue, indeed, on Gaylin book after Gaylin book.

THE OPEN MIND Guest: Willard Gaylin Title: The Perversion of Autonomy, Part I VTR: 7/9/96. And my guest today is Dr. Willard Gaylin, Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at Columbia University, and the co-founder and longtime president of the Hastings Center, America’s pioneering institute for the study of society, ethics, and the life sciences. On Feelings: Our Vital Signs in ‘78. On The Killing of Bonnie Garland in ‘82.

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We all get angry at the built-in frustrations and humiliations of everyday life. But few of us ever experience the intense and perverse hatred that inspires acts of malignant violence such as suicide bombings or ethnic massacres. In Hatred, D. illard Gaylin, one of America's most respected psychiatrists, describes how raw personal passions are transformed into acts of violence and cultures of hatred. Such hatred goes beyond mere emotion.

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