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answered Is there a way to compare the subjective experiences of two different subjects upon an object?
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asked What is the difference between creators of derivative works of art and original creators?
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answered Why aren't more students tested for aptitude at a younger age?
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comment Why aren't more students tested for aptitude at a younger age?
@Potato Intelligence is not completely stable. Education can increase intelligence about 10 IQ points on average, in some individuals more (or less).
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revised Why do people suddenly look back if you look at them for a while?
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answered Difficulty of expressing thoughts verbally
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comment Can one become less neurotic?
No, sorry, not off of my head. But books on psychotherapy are usually not difficult to grasp for laypeople (journal articles might be too technical or specific). Just find any book on social competence training in your local library or through Amazon or whatever resource you use to get books, and get one that indicates it provides an overview or introduction to the topic.
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comment Can one become less neurotic?
@JunJun Also consider social competency training.
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comment Which political system stimulates individuals the most to strive for the greater good?
That the first thing that comes to your mind when you read "greater good" is dystopia is quite discouraging.
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comment Which political system stimulates individuals the most to strive for the greater good?
@ChristianHummeluhr My question makes it quite clear that I am concerned with how to discourage avarice and selfish greed. The "greater good", in the context of my question, means not to work into one's own pocket but to be concerned with making life better for everyone. That people might not agree on how this can be achieved is not a part ofmy question and irrelevant here.
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