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7615 reading 2

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7615 Reading 2 1. By discarding Freud’s deep, complex theory of human nature we lose the roots to all explanations that make sense. Like it says, we are turning it into simple notions of conditioning and that only gives us the base. If we do that, we are only going about the search scientifically and not personalizing it in ways that could express its true meaning which stretches beyond measures the human mind still may not comprehend and through this we gain knowledge and a broader view or perspectives. 2. With Wolpe and Rac hman’s views given, the kind of evidence they might accept to support a
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