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Emotional Governance: Therapeutic or Submerged?

As part of our ongoing series of posts for Psychology Today exploring the contours of the psychological state, we are using this short reflection to consider the relationship between the psychological state and emotional governance. In our previous post (introducing the psychological state) we argued that a renewed concern with the emotional dimensions of human […]

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Behaviour Change and the Intolerant Society

I have recently been reading the sociologist Frank Furedi‚Äôs 2011 book On Tolerance: A Defence of Moral Independence (Continuum). In this book, Furedi argues for a critical re-engagement with, and re-invigoration of, the notion of tolerance. According to Furedi, today tolerance tends to be treated in one of two main ways. First of all it […]

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