Maps of the Mind

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Collier Books, 1982 - Philosophy - 224 pages
In a groundbreaking work of scholarship, Charles Hampden-Turner presents the first comprehensive attempt to collect, describe, and draw in map form the most important concepts of the human mind put forth by the worldʹs greatest writers, painters, philosophers, and psychologists. -- Back cover.

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the author shows the multidimensionality of the human mind by exploring approximately seventy-five 'archetypes', in nine different categories. a remarkable work. Read full review

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A useful compendium of every model of you ever came across in college and more, engagingly presented. Read full review

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Map 47
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JeanPaul Sartre to R D Laing
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