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Author: Kevin Lu

explore contributions analytical psychology may make to theorising racial hybridity. Analytical psychology is, I suggest, already a ‘hybrid psychology’, as it draws from several disciplines including psychiatry, psychoanalysis, philosophy, spiritualism, religion and history, to name but a few. Accordingly

In: International Journal of Jungian Studies

human decisions in similar cases. Others find a hybrid approach combining the virtues of both methods most promising. 3. The Controversy About Utilitarian Cars Consequentialism is among the most influential ethical theories per se . It was established in its traditional form by Jeremy Bentham

In: Artificial Intelligence

and Hassenzahl 2016) for the human-robot user experience, e.g., its capability for highly customizable religious experiences. This would translate into designs that balance the robot’s hybrid nature between being different from humans while at the same time making use of natural forms of interaction

In: Artificial Intelligence

automatic selection of actions . In Hallam , J. (eds) Hybrid Problems, Hybrid Solutions, Frontiers in Artificial Intelligence and Applications , pages 27 – 37 . IOS Press , Amsterdam . Dawkins , R. ( 1996 ) The Blind Wathcmaker. Why the Evidence of Evolution Reveals a Universe without

In: Artificial Intelligence

“autonomous driving”, “Artificial Intelligence” or “Singularity” there will never be just machines operating in discrete binary steps, but always human being-machine hybrids, and this also applies to robots. But if this is the case then the “paradox of (intelligent) information technology” 37 becomes

In: Artificial Intelligence

and psychic borders into new understandings of the unconscious dynamics involved. Kevin Lu’s paper on Racial Hybridity: Jungian and Post-Jungian Perspectives reflects on the birth of his two children of mixed raced heritage (British, Chinese and Canadian) and the overt racism his family has

In: International Journal of Jungian Studies
Author: Sean McGrath

the will, the ground of existence, is never fully subsumable by the understanding. The human being is not a prisoner of discursive reason, but a hybrid, who is in fact ‘at home’ in both the dark and the light. Schelling's early work is a scientifically informed objection to Kantian phenomenalism (with

In: International Journal of Jungian Studies
Author: Ronald Giere

agency to the human components. The implication is that we think of these large-scale distributed cognitive systems not so much as unified wholes, but as hybrid systems including both physical artifacts and ordinary humans. Scientific Cognition as Distributed Cognition In previous publications, I have

In: Journal of Cognition and Culture

informants group stimuli based on some criterion of perceptual similarity, but those with large color vocabularies are more likely to group stimuli in line with their basic color terms. The data are best accounted for by a hybrid system that combines a universal principle of grouping by similarity with

In: Journal of Cognition and Culture
Author: Hwa Yol Jung

concept of transversality, which is symbolized in the Maitreyan Middle Way, is proposed to replace universality, which tends to be nothing but the philosophical expres- sion of a particular socio-cultural life-world. It not only reduces ethnocentric ignorance but also fosters a hybridity that in fact

In: Research in Phenomenology