Structuralism and the Plant Kingdom

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Frodsham (Chester), Cheshire, United Kingdom
Interests: Philosophy, Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Buddhism, Psychosynthesis, Hypnotherapy and R.E.B.T.

Sunday, 17 October 2010

Structuralism and the Plant Kingdom Vol1: The Monocots.

There is more that one way to study the phenomenon we normally think of as personality. Researchers have considered many different perspectives, usually developmental, or psychological or social. Other systems use the elements, pressure points or the pulse - think of Tibetan Medicine, T.C.M. and Ayurvedic Medicine. They all attempt to describe and measure our personal state in some way, either from physiological indicators or from the investigation of our inner feelings and our impact on the world.