Monthly Archives: January 2014

Aristotle’s Psychology

Fortunately, I have read Aristotle’s Psychology for a class I am teaching at Loyola University in the philosophy of psychology. One of the interesting ideas in this book is Aristotle’s observation that each animal has capacities that contribute to that … Continue reading

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Without Accountability How Do We Motivate?

If accountability is fundamentally counterproductive, why does it sometimes work and what are we supposed to do instead? Well, first of all, accountability “works” in two situations. In the first situation, there is very little relationship between the two people, … Continue reading

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