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This Neuroscientist Uses fMRI to Communicate With People in a Vegetative State | Freethink This Neuroscientist Uses fMRI to Communicate With People in a Vegetative State | Freethink

You’ve unfortunately had a terrible accident. You’re lying in a hospital bed, and you’re aware, you’re aware but you’re unable to respond. And you have to lie there listening to them deciding whether to let you live or die. I can think of nothing more terrifying. I’m Dr. Adrian Owen, I’m the author of Into…

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Atheneum 40th Anniversary Speaker Series:  Silvia Rode Atheneum 40th Anniversary Speaker Series: Silvia Rode

Welcome back. It is now my honor to welcome to the podium. Sylvia roadie, did I pronounce that right? So the doctors will be rodeo chair, the world language and cultures department and serves on the board of the center for communal studies at the university of Southern Indiana. Uh, I want to do a…

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13. The Sovereign State: Hobbes’ Leviathan 13. The Sovereign State: Hobbes’ Leviathan

Professor Steven Smith: Where else are we? Today we’re going to continue the state of nature, Hobbes’ most famous discovery, his most famous metaphor, his most famous concept. At the end of class last time, I tried to identify Hobbes’ central problem, is the problem of authority, what makes authority possible, what makes authority legitimate,…

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Life at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus | Arizona State University Life at ASU’s Downtown Phoenix campus | Arizona State University

I absolutely love living at the Downtown campus. I love the small community. You honestly get to know your classmates, and your teachers are super nice. So I just love that I feel like I’m not alone. You see business people. You see students. People from a lot of different backgrounds, a lot of different…

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5 Ways Dialectical Behavior Therapy Helps Teens Who Struggle With Self Harm 5 Ways Dialectical Behavior Therapy Helps Teens Who Struggle With Self Harm

Today I’m going to walk you through why I love using Dialectical Behavior Therapy for teenagers who are struggling with self harm. (upbeat music) Hey, I’m Mallory Grimste, I’m a teen therapist and I love making mental health videos. You already know that I love using Dialectical Behavior Therapy in my counseling work with teens.…

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5. Rousseau: Popular Sovereignty and General Will 5. Rousseau: Popular Sovereignty and General Will

Prof: So today is Jean Jacques Rousseau– I mean, one of the most fascinating people in terms of his life and his ideas and the way how he reasons. He is a provocative, a provocateur, and an extraordinary genius, in more than one ways. There are few people whom I disagree so strongly than in…

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Democracy in Central Europe After Thirty Years Wrap-Up Democracy in Central Europe After Thirty Years Wrap-Up

♪♪♪ Our purpose today is twofold. We want to celebrate the momentous breakthrough for democracy that occurred 30 years ago, and we also want to examine the present situation in Poland in Central Europe and the challenges that lie ahead. Mr. President, I’ll begin my remarks today with the same words that you used to…

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Amb. Sam Brownback Remarks | 2019 Democracy Award Amb. Sam Brownback Remarks | 2019 Democracy Award

What a pleasure to be back with you here and at such an important time and such a a key occasion. And I’m delighted for the work that the NED does, you’ve done excellent work for the many years that I’ve been associated with you. He forgot my most important title though that I have…

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The Phantom Prisoners of Ohio State Penitentiary The Phantom Prisoners of Ohio State Penitentiary

– So, here we are, the road to Ohio State Reformatory. – Another prison for the boys. They’re openin’ up the prison for us. – We’re here to find some ghosts, and this looks like a place we’ll find them. (howl) (eerie music) ^This week on Buzzfeed Unsolved we investigate ^Ohio State Reformatory in Mansfield,…

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5 Stages of Grief and the Grieving Process 5 Stages of Grief and the Grieving Process

The suggestion that grief has stages has been controversial ever since 1969 when the Swiss psychiatrist Elisabeth Kubler-Ross first proposed them in her groundbreaking book, On Death and Dying. Still, as a licensed counselor who works with grieving clients on a regular basis, I have found that sharing my own understanding of Kubler-Ross’s stages can…

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