Wednesday, January 20, 2010

Definition Of Psychology

The word "psychology" is the combination of two terms - study (logy) and soul (psyche), or mind. The derivation of the word of America provides a clear and obvious meaning:

The study of the soul or spirit.

This meaning has changed in recent years until today, this is not the word to everyone. The subject of psychology, studied in schools and universities, currently has little to do with the mind, and absolutely nothing to do with the soul or spirit.

Let's see what some dictionaries have to say and how a word can change and loss is real and true meaning.

"Psyche" is defined as follows:

1. The spirit or soul.
2. The human mind.
3. In psychoanalysis, the mind functions as a center of thought, emotion and behavior.

And the definition of "soul", we have:

1. spiritual or immortal elements in a person.
2. natural or legal person mental or emotional.

Most of us would agree that we have a "psyche" of the above definitions, which means "mind, thought and emotion. Most also agree that they have a "soul" of the second definition of the above man mental, moral or emotional. We all have different ideas about what they are ultimately, but few people could reasonably agree that they exist.

The derivation of the "psyche" comes from Latin and Greek psukhe - breath, life, soul. To get a better "feel" of that time considered the invisible animating principle or entity which occupies and directs the physical body.

These are not beliefs or opinions here. This is simply what the words and terms. Be clear on this first and understand what is meant by the words and terms, before you start to enter the thoughts of others on the subject. If you choose to decide the "spirit" refers to something real, after hearing what the words and definitions, on average, despite the fact that about 10,000 years, humans have to think seriously and carefully studied this problem and after any real research on his part, that is their choice. In addition, they realize that this decision is based on "thought" and "reason", which are only subsidiary and part of a mind, and not using any aspect of your mind - awareness of personal observations and direct. Basing a decision on what others say about the mind deals only with concepts and ideas of a spirit. Observation implies knows her mind - the mind.

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