Religions and Future Self

Research on religious identity should consider the content and consequences of individual’s future self-concepts, the dynamics through which possible identities (both desired and feared) are constructed and transmitted, as well as when, where, and why these imagined futures are brought … Continue reading Religions and Future Self

Philosophy vs Science

To reveal the more general nature of things, it is necessary for philosophy to analyze, overcome and eliminate the narrow limits of specific science, which is philosophy’s criticism on science. What is achieved on the basis of this criticism is … Continue reading Philosophy vs Science

Old Age and Love

Love in connectedness as a reunifying force may contribute to realising the human being’s spiritual potential. It supports the view that caring for the whole human being must include the spiritual dimension. It is important for one to be seen … Continue reading Old Age and Love

Hope and Optimism

Hope is an interesting cognitive process with surprisingly little neuroscientific research behind it. One important question is whether hope and optimism are distinct cognitive constructs. There are some studies of dispositional optimism—generally defined as having a more positive outlook on … Continue reading Hope and Optimism


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