Are there books written about the history of psychoanalysis? I have to write a paper about Sigmund Freud and how he was a turning point in history but I can't find sources that have to do with the BEFORE and AFTER. Any suggestions?
It's 6, I think, the wheel. Look at all the other ones there: most of them have to do with people, who are most definitely not machines and not simple! A row boat is too big of a thing to be simple, and I don't think it's the saw. That leaves the wheel. Um, look at...
That's it! You're just distributing b to (c+3d).
Do you mean something like "growth"? I don't know what you mean by Feature of Life.
"(Ignore problems such as who will service the machines if everyone plugs in.)" I haven't read Brave New World. I think that's a summer reading book for seniors or something. Maybe in four years.
I was thinking of saying something like in the Machine, if you set it a certain way, your life would be perfect, and a perfect life can be boring... etc...etc...unrealistic...etc...
Hmmm... that's a good idea! I'd feel bad using it in the essay, though, because it's not my own. Maybe I'll bring it up in class tomorrow. Thanks!
thanks... there's only one kid in my class who would. i'm writing a paper to persuade someone NOT to go in.
if anyone's heard of the "experience machine", please let me know if they would go in or not and why. i just need a reason or two. thanks.