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by Guy Claxton

Download Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind: Why Intelligence Increases When You Think Less ePub
  • ISBN 1857024516
  • ISBN13 978-1857024517
  • Language English
  • Author Guy Claxton
  • Publisher Fourth Estate; First Edition edition (1997)
  • Pages 288
  • Formats txt mbr azw lit
  • Category Medicine
  • Subcategory Psychology
  • Size ePub 1105 kb
  • Size Fb2 1594 kb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 262

Learning to loaf' - this books explores the ways of knowing that require more time, the ways we have unlearned or ignore, but that are crucial to our complete mental development.

Claxton proffers that conscious rational thought and underminded thinking are ideally suited to different problems

Claxton proffers that conscious rational thought and underminded thinking are ideally suited to different problems. As in the case of the Chinese notion of yin and yang, they are complementary, not opposing, modes of thought. One, in fact, cannot exist without the other.

Includes bibliographical references (pages 227-247) and index. Speed of thought - Basic intelligence : learning by osmosis - Premature articulation : how thinking gets in the way of learning - Knowing more than we think : intuition and creativity. Speed of thought - Basic intelligence : learning by osmosis - Premature articulation : how thinking gets in the way of learning - Knowing more than we think : intuition and creativity - Having an idea : the gentle art of mental gestation - Thinking too much : reason and intuition as antagonists and allies - Perception without consciousness -. Self-consciousness - Brains behind the operation - Point of consciousness - Paying attention - Rudiments of wisdom - Undermind society : putting the tortoise to work.

Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind: How Intelligence Increases When You Think Less. With a compelling argument that the mind works best when we trust our unconscious, or "undermind," psychologist Guy Claxton makes an appeal that we be less analytical and let our creativity have free rein. He also encourages reevaluation of society's obsession with results-oriented thinking and problem-solving under pressure.

We assume that the quick-thinking "hare brain" will beat out the slower Intuition of the "tortoise mind. With a compelling argument that the mind works best when we trust our unconscious, or "undermind," psychologist Guy Claxton makes an appeal that we be less analytical and let our creativity have free rein

We assume that the quick-thinking "hare brain" will beat out the slower Intuition of the "tortoise mind. An argument for the seductive proposal that our unconscious intelligence is more productive than we think. Claxton, a visiting professor of psychology and education at Bristol University in England, builds his thesis on the dichotomy between the privileged mode of us, result-oriented problem-solving-and the less respectable unconscious intelligence.

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oceedings{Claxton2000HareBT, title {Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind: How Intelligence Increases .

oceedings{Claxton2000HareBT, title {Hare Brain, Tortoise Mind: How Intelligence Increases When You Think Less}, author {Gl Claxton}, year {2000} }. Gl Claxton. Learning to loaf' - this books explores the ways of knowing that require more time, the ways we have unlearned or ignore, but that are crucial to our complete mental development. The human brain-mind will do a number of unusual, interesting and important things if given time. It will learn patterns of a degree of subtlety which normal, purposeful, busy consciousness cannot even see, let alone master

Intelligence in the Flesh: Why Your Mind Needs Your Body Much More Than It Thinks. Claxton challenges our cultural assumption that real thinking involves effort, strain, and our verbal self

Even though we all learned that slow and steady wins the race back in grade school, most of us tackle problems with the brute force of logic. Intelligence in the Flesh: Why Your Mind Needs Your Body Much More Than It Thinks. Claxton challenges our cultural assumption that real thinking involves effort, strain, and our verbal self. Claxton shows that we unconsciously register patterns, and the patterns guide our action.

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