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Summarizing “Hamlet’s BlackBerry: Building a Good Life in the Digital Age” (part 12)

To refresh your memory, here’s my “sum the sum” from part 11 of my summary of Hamlet’s Blackberry: Central question: are humans speciating into “naties”—people who have grown up mostly in natural environments—and “virties”—people who have grown up mostly in virtual, screen-delivered environments? Central question: are digital natives (people who are thirty or younger) essentially forming […]

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The Philosophy of Attachment—Going Where No Man Has Gone Before

At the end of my post for January 4th, 2011, I mentioned that I was thinking about two possible routes. One, look more at the philosophical implications of Bowlby’s theory, or, two, take a look at an article by Dr. Carole Pistole wherein she frames the pressing social problem of unwanted teen pregnancy using The Grand […]

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Bringing in 2011 with a Review of Posts from December, 2010

I trust that everyone had a wonderful and restful holiday break. I know I did. Last year (sorry, couldn’t resist) on December 9th, 2010, I began a series of posts that were triggered by the following question: Q – Do mothers (therapists) really attach to their babies (clients)? Lets do a bit of a review […]

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