Understanding the Conscious & Subconscious Mind with Bruce Lipton
Our thoughts have the power to determine our reality. To understand the working of the mind, we interviewed Dr Bruce Lipton, the stem cell biologist known for promoting the idea that genes and DNA can...
Understanding the Conscious & Subconscious Mind with Bruce Lipton
Our thoughts have the power to determine our reality. To understand the working of the mind, we interviewed Dr Bruce Lipton, the stem cell biologist known for promoting the idea that genes and DNA can...
Mark Gertler (economist)
Mark Lionel Gertler (born March 31, 1951) is an American economist and Henry and Lucy Moses Professor of Economics at New York University. A specialist in business cycles and monetary policy, he has b...
John Bascom
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Lionel Trilling
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Elmer Kraemer
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Ivan Soll
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Joseph Jastrow
Joseph Jastrow (January 30, 1863 – January 8, 1944) was an American psychologist, noted for inventions in experimental psychology, design of experiments, and psychophysics. He also worked on the...
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Catherine D. DeAngelis
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Clark L. Hull
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Paul Ziff
(Robert) Paul Ziff (22 October 1920 in New York City – 9 January 2003 in Chapel Hill, North Carolina) was an American artist and philosopher specializing in semantics and aesthetics.
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William J. Fishman
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David Boswell Reid
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Arthur B. Chapman
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Harvey Littleton
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Robert W. McChesney
Robert Waterman McChesney, PhD (born 1952) is an American professor at the University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign as the Gutgsell Endowed Professor in the Department of Communication. He specializ...
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Mitchell J. Nathan
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Jonathan Mark Kenoyer
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Stephen Cole Kleene
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Samuel A. Stouffer
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Thomas R. Dye
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Virginia Hinshaw
Virginia S. Hinshaw served as the Chancellor of the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, beginning in 2007 and ending in 2012. She is a scientist with expertise in microbiology, and serves as national co-c...
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Léon Brillouin
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Thomas A. Romberg
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Nietzchka Keene
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Jo Handelsman
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