Субботский Е. В.

Неуничтожимость волшебного : как магия и наука дополняют друг друга в современной жизни
Discipline: Философия
 
 
ISBN: 978-5-4475-4005-0
УДК: 1
ББК: 87
DOI: 10.23681/275793
 
Москва, Берлин: Директ-Медиа, 2015
Number of pages: 316
 

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В книге рассматривается широкий круг вопросов, связанных с современными психологическими исследованиями магического мышления. Эти исследования показали, что сегодня у большинства людей магическое мышление и вера в сверхъестественное не исчезли, а скрыты на уровне бессознательного. Обнаружено, что магическое мышление играет большую роль в психике и сознании человека. Законам магического мышления подчиняются наши чувства, эмоции, установки и другие психологические процессы. Вопреки распространенному мнению, магическое мышление не противоречит научному, а дополняет его. Между магическим и научным мышлением имеется историческая и психологическая преемственность. Магическое мышление тесно связано с религиозной верой и прорастает во многие сферы современной жизни: науку, политику, экономику, воспитание и образование. В книге рассказано, как магическое мышление и скрытая вера современного человека в магию используются социальными институтами и властными структурами для манипуляции сознанием людей, с целью получения политических, экономических и социальных дивидендов. Обладая скрытой энергией, подсознательная вера в магию может быть использована и во благо человека, для активизации творческого мышления, создания ощущения контроля над личной судьбой и управления другими психическими процессами.
Книга рассчитана на широкий круг читателей: психологов, педагогов, философов, воспитателей, специалистов по управлению, экономистов, специалистов в области искусства, религии, науки, и всех, интересующихся теоретическими и практическими аспектами работы с психикой и сознанием человека.

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