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It is based on a systematic review of original data-based quantitative research published in peer-reviewed journals between and , including a few seminal articles published since First, I provide a brief historical background to set the stage. Finally, I discuss what health professionals should do in light of these research findings and make recommendations in this regard. Religion, medicine, and healthcare have been related in one way or another in all population groups since the beginning of recorded history [ 1 ]. Only in recent times have these systems of healing been separated, and this separation has occurred largely in highly developed nations; in many developing countries, there is little or no such separation. The history of religion, medicine, and healthcare in developed countries of the West, though, is a fascinating one.
Many studies have been conducted to demonstrate the collective rationality of traditional terrorist groups; this study seeks to expand this and apply collective rationality to Islamic terrorist groups. As Brian M. This article examines terrorist attacks carried out by Al-Qaeda and affiliated Islamic, religiously motivated terrorist groups hereafter referred to as the Al-Qaeda network, AQN , and seeks to establish that the AQN operates in a rational fashion. The most cursory examination of the literature will show that there is no universally accepted definition terrorism. However, after examining a wide range of definitions and drawing upon commonly occurring elements, one has been constructed for the purpose of this article. Terrorism is a violent act or threat of one carried out by a sub-state individual or group against a civilian population including police, other governmental workers and non-combat-ready military personnel for the purpose of striking fear in the surviving population in order to bring about political change. The other important term on which a definition needs to be settled is suicide terrorism.
The Terrorist Mind I. A Psychological and Political Analysis Authors: Laurence Miller Request Full-text Paper PDF (67) Miller (77) also proposes that terrorist motivation can be organized into a three-stage process whereby unacceptable.
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During the last decade of the seventeenth century John Locke established himself as a new kind of natural historian of the human mind—describing its powers, classifying its ideas, and tracing the evolution of its faculties. The century that followed saw a flowering of psychological thinking, marked by a rapid distribution of theories from the realm of philosophy across the realm of literature. This chapter finds the traces of that intellectual movement in the work of three literary authors: Laurence Sterne, Samuel Richardson, and Edmund Burke. Keywords: Locke , Sterne , Richardson , Burke , Hartley , Priestley , psychology , associationism , cognition , enlightenment. There are different ways of examining the Mind as well as the Body. I imagine it is impossible to conjoin these two views. David Hume expressed these doubts about the compatibility of mental science with moral and literary art in a famous letter to the philosopher Francis Hutcheson.
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