Allow me to point out, immediately, I’m keen on examining Reincarnation, which might provide me something of a bias. Be that as it might, another morning I was hearing a video interview with Philosophy professor, Dr. Robert Almeder, of Georgia State University; he was keen on the scientific validity of the job of Dr. Ian Stevenson. The comment of his was as follows:
“Human character, as we understand it, can’t be properly understood in terminology of classical, regular Psychology, that really works on a strictly materialistic basis; quite simply, to explain human behavior, just why individuals do the things they’re doing, on a purely materialistic design, that we usually do, will provide essential items out.”
It’s the grave and gross limitations (the words) of mine of modern Psychology to that I wish to draw the attention of yours today. Maybe this’s the bubbling up of many years of frustration in educating Psychology where I experienced pupils have been provided such a narrow and limited perspective of the human brain as well as behavior that they, and the common comprehension, were definitely misled.