4 edition of Just who do we think we are? found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Claudia Mitchell, Sandra Weber, and Kathleen O"Reilly-Scanlon.|
|Contributions||Mitchell, Claudia., Weber, Sandra., O"Reilly-Scanlon, Kathleen.|
|LC Classifications||CT25 .J87 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|ISBN 10||0415298725, 0415298733|
|LC Control Number||2004010097|
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We think we die because God plays hide-and-seek with himself. But we never die; we just fall back into the wave of God. Alan Watts' book On the Taboo Against Knowing Who You Really Are is an. This Is Your Brain on Architecture. “holds that much of what and how people think is a function of our living in the kinds of bodies we do.” Not just conscious thoughts, but non-conscious.
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Although its production and the band's behavior after its release Genre: Hard rock, blues rock. I think this book How We Think is a milestone and was based on Koestler's work as well (and I probably have read everything that he ever wrote) particularly The Act of Creation which was part of a trilogy of books.
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DEEP PURPLE – Who Do We Think We Are (, EMI) Five solid years of work had taken their toll on Deep Purple. Relations between the band members (particularly Gillan and Blackmore) were frayed, especially since all the touring behind Machine Head and Made in Japan.
There was all sorts of bad blood, including management disputes and illness (hepatitis for Ian Gillan). We change all the time. Humans are like rivers, but we think we’re like glaciers – we think we change slowly and only when we notice, but really, we’re in constant flux.
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