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(4 stars; 25 reviews)

Talking about viewing the Ocean
"If I take the attitude of appreciation, it would be absurd to say that this wave is composed of chemical elements which I do not see; and if I take the attitude of physical explanation, it would be equally absurd to deny that such elements are all of which the wave is made. From the one standpoint, the ocean is really excited; from the other standpoint, the molecules are moving according to the laws of hydrodynamics. If I want to understand the meaning of this scene every reminiscence of physics will lead me astray; if I want to calculate the movement of my boat, physics alone can help me".
(from the Introduction) (12 hr 12 min)


Preface 6:26 Read by Availle
Introduction 14:44 Read by Availle
The Aim of Psychology 34:26 Read by John Kooz
Mind and Brain 57:05 Read by Ruth Golding
Psychology and Medicine 55:08 Read by John Kooz
Suggestion and Hypnotism part 1 34:59 Read by John Kooz
Suggestion and Hypnotism part 2 40:48 Read by John Kooz
The Psychology of the Subconscious 1:03:03 Read by John Kooz
The Field of Psychotherapy 45:25 Read by Vsilverlining
The General Methods of Psychotherapy 45:36 Read by amicrazy2u
The Special Methods of Psychotherapy 49:53 Read by Guero
The Mental Symptoms part 1 31:07 Read by Slawek
The Mental Symptoms part 2 35:03 Read by Hilara
The Mental Symptoms part 3 27:57 Read by Hilara
The Mental Symptoms part 4 21:19 Read by Christine Blachford
The Bodily Symptoms 35:49 Read by Anna Simon
Psychotherapy and The Church 51:47 Read by John Kooz
Psychotherapy and The Physician 37:10 Read by Anna Simon
Psychotherapy and The Community 44:44 Read by Chris Gladis


(3 stars)

John kooz is a poor speaker 😶 good book though

Wonderfully read, very informative, I learned a lot.

(4 stars)

I love the different readers and I enjoyed all of their styles. This was long and dry so I have all the respect in the world for them. There were a few mistakes that could have been edited, but perfect otherwise.

interesting book, if you can deal with the poor reading of a large number of ch…

(2 stars)

John Kooz has a speech impediment. Most likely a stutter he has ‘overcome’ (and some belching here and there) which leads him to read with a peculiar cadence which makes it difficult to follow the narrative. It’s too bad that Librivox is all about quantity and not really about quality in any way, shape or form at all. It’s a matter of luck if you can actually listen to a work you are interested in.

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(4.5 stars)