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The Resource Deep Drama : Exploring Life as Theater

Deep Drama : Exploring Life as Theater

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Deep Drama : Exploring Life as Theater
Title
Deep Drama
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Exploring Life as Theater
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Language
eng
Cataloging source
MiAaPQ
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
Deep Drama : Exploring Life as Theater
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Deep Drama : Exploring Life as Theater
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online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Contents -- List of Figures -- 1: Profound Drama -- Drama, Appearance, Reality, and Depth1 -- The Importance of Profound Drama -- The Provision of Depth Through Narrative -- Breakdowns -- Damage to Life's Dramatic Temple, the Body -- The Return to Spirit -- A Study in Shallowness: Donald Trump -- Character as Depth -- References -- 2: The Person as Actor, the Actor as Person: Personality from a Dramaturgical Perspective -- Drama in Personality Assessment -- Dramatizing Assessment -- Why is the MBTI So Compelling and Dramatic? -- References -- 3: The Drama of the Scientific Life -- The Drama of Everyday Life -- The Arbitrary Becomes Essential -- Dramatic Contexts -- Major and Minor Actors and the Audience -- The Drama of Reciprocal Action -- Conclusions and Cautions -- References -- 4: Reflections on the Drama of Shame and Guilt -- Classical Images of Shame and Guilt -- Adam and Eve -- Cain and Abel -- Lessons from the Classical Cases -- Some Dramatic Representations of Shame and Guilt -- Othello -- Death of a Salesman -- Equus -- Cyrano de Bergerac -- Life is Not Neat: Mergings of Shame and Guilt and Other Complications -- Emancipation -- False Shame and False Guilt -- Coping and Legitimacy -- On the Secondary Gain of Shame and Guilt in the Drama of Life -- References -- 5: The Drama of Fear -- Escaping Pain and Avoidance Responses -- The Face of Fear -- The Enduring Effects of Public Disasters -- Disaster Produces Drama, and with It Meaning -- Qui Bono? -- Replacing Fear with Confidence: The End of the Great Depression and the Control of Inflation in Brazil -- The Extremes of Fear Are Greater than the Extremes of Greed -- Incongruity: A Source of Fear and Humor -- Cheap Thrills and Fear -- Cosmic Fear -- The Functions of Fear in the Dramatic Context -- References -- 6: Paradoxes of Well-being: A Dramatic Analysis
  • Standard Assumptions About Well-being Are Questionable -- The Two Major Paradoxes of Well-being: "Eutrophication" and "Out of the Mud Grows the Lotus" -- Drama and the Paradoxes of Well-being -- In Sum: Reflections on the Separation of Joy and Reason -- References -- 7: Narratives of Addiction -- Biology and Biography -- Doing What Works -- Stories of Failure and Failed Stories -- Institutional Structures and the Context of Addictions -- A Success Story -- Conclusions -- References -- 8: On the Psychological Absurdity of a War on Terror -- The War on Terror as a Chimera -- Strategy, Tactics, and the War on Terror -- The Preconditions for Terrorism -- Reflections on the Rhetoric of Terror -- Perverse Consequences and the Prospect of Reversal -- The Conundrum of Terrorism from Above -- Ingroups and Outgroups: Conflicts Formed and Dissolved -- References -- 9: Three Modes of Human Aggression, Plus Pure Evil -- The Three Kinds of Ordinary Aggression -- Caused Happenings Versus Reasoned Actions -- The First Type: Aggressive Acts As Caused Happenings -- The Second and Third Types: Reasoned Actions with Selfish Purposes or Self-transcending Purposes -- A Consideration of Evil and a Fourth Type of Human Aggression -- The Perils of Thinking of Pure Evil -- References -- 10: The Use of Dramatic Metaphor in Kahneman's Psychology -- Two Agents within the Same Person -- Econs, Humans, and Nudging -- The Experiencing Self and the Remembering Self -- Summary and Conclusions -- References -- 11: Rejection -- Rejection Is Fixed in Our Nature -- Subtle Social Forces -- The Many Forms of Rejection -- References -- 12: Wisdom from Hamilton -- What Accounts for All This Success? -- What Gives Hamilton Its Depth? -- Industry and Patience -- Acknowledging Faults and Moving On -- A Word about the Importance of Alexander Hamilton's Distinctive Identity
  • The Failure of Hamilton and the Lesson of Humility -- References -- References -- Index
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