Homo Schizo Two

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Alfred de Grazia was born in 1919 in Chicago and died in 2014 in France. He earned his PhD from the University of Chicago. He fought in six campaigns in WWII. He taught political science at U. of Minnesota, Brown U., Stanford U., and NYU, and as a guest lecturer in many university in the United States and abroad. He published over twenty books in the field of political science. He met Immanuel Velikovsky in 1963 and published "The Velikovsky Affair." He created the field of Quantavolution and authored eleven books in the field of catastrophism and ancient history. He created the magazine "The American Behavioral Scientist" and was a pioneer in computerized information retrieval in the social sciences, creating the "Universal Reference System" in the 1960s. His 2-million-visitors/y website "www.grazian-archive.com" is another pioneering effort in the field of personal archives. He also wrote poetry, plays and autobiographical works, as well as a three volume History of the United States: "America's History Retold."

Homo Schizo Two

Human Nature and Behavior

Authored by Alfred de Grazia
Edition: Second edition

Is the true human a Homo Schizo, not Homo Sapiens? Our brain is afflicted by microsecond delays that forbid instinct reactions and produce multiple egos. This fearful situation drives us into eternal searching for our self (selves) and for control of others, the natural world, all aspects of self-control. Great art and music emanate from "getting one's head together." The basic motive of scientists is to convert human conduct to instinctive stimulus and response by reducing the human Madness; scientific truth is a marvellous by-product.

Publication Date:
1603770887 / 9781603770880
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Binding Type:
US Trade Paper
Trim Size:
6" x 9"
Black and White
Related Categories:
Psychology / Reference

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