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Human nature and conduct : [electronic resource] an introduction to social psychology / by John Dewey, with a new introduction by John Dewey.

By: Dewey, John, 1859-1952.
Material type: TextTextSeries: The Modern library of the world's best books. Publisher: New York : Modern library, [c1930]Description: ix, vii, 336 p. ; 17 cm.Subject(s): Social psychology -- Problems, exercises, etc | Colección Costumbres | Psychology, SocialDDC classification: 150 Online resources: Free eBook from the Internet Archive Volume 2 | Additional information and access via Open Library Volume 2
Contents:
The place of habit in conduct. Habits as social functions -- Habits and will -- Character and conduct -- Custom and habit -- Custom and morality -- Habit and social psychology -- The place of impulse in conduct. Impulses and change of habits -- Plasticity of impulse -- Changing human nature -- Impulse and conflict of habits -- Classification of instincts -- No separate instincts -- Impulse and thought -- The place of intelligence in conduct. Habit and intelligence -- The psychology of thinking -- The nature of deliberation -- Deliberation and calculation -- The uniqueness of good -- The nature of aims -- The nature of principles -- Desire and intelligence -- The present and future -- Conclusion. The good of activity -- Morals are human -- What is freedom? -- Morality is social.
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The place of habit in conduct. Habits as social functions -- Habits and will -- Character and conduct -- Custom and habit -- Custom and morality -- Habit and social psychology -- The place of impulse in conduct. Impulses and change of habits -- Plasticity of impulse -- Changing human nature -- Impulse and conflict of habits -- Classification of instincts -- No separate instincts -- Impulse and thought -- The place of intelligence in conduct. Habit and intelligence -- The psychology of thinking -- The nature of deliberation -- Deliberation and calculation -- The uniqueness of good -- The nature of aims -- The nature of principles -- Desire and intelligence -- The present and future -- Conclusion. The good of activity -- Morals are human -- What is freedom? -- Morality is social.

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