Five Marks of an Emancipated Mind
by Jerome Ashmore - 1969
It might be appropriate to identify some distinctions between the free mind and the restricted mind. The differences seem mainly to be in emphasis and function. They may be represented by five dichotomies: between instrumental and intrinsic values; between doing and seeing; between a game experience and a life experience; between a particular as submerged in a class and a particular as intrinsic within a field; and between scientific and literary psychology.
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