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Unformatted text preview: “There is no such thing as the unconscious mind.” Discuss. Of all the great mysteries of physical creation , there is no greater mystery than the human mind. The mind is the very thing that causes consciousness to exist and enables humans to explore and intercourse with the environment and each other. It is only within the last fifty to one hundred years that extensive research has taken place into something so fundamental to mankind’s basic existence. Within the last 25 or 40 years, there has been more knowledge revealed about the human mind than ever before in history. New information about the mind enables one to understand its structure and operation. In reality, there is no such thing as an unconscious mind. It is simply another part of consciousness. According to Professor Peter Hill, the mind manages itself, and as such, it is consistently active. It likes stability, and as such, opposes change, so therefore it defends consistently active....
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This note was uploaded on 04/29/2008 for the course PPE PPE taught by Professor None during the Summer '08 term at Oxford University.
- Summer '08