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Anth 341 Midterm
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Who said "I think, therefore I am" and said to use pure logic to verify the things around you, and started the scientific method?
Who said "Life is short, nasty, and brutish", and was pragmatic about humanity and unrest, he also suggested revolting up against corrupt leaders?
Who said "I have an internal self and an external self and sometimes my external self betrays me"? First self reflection
Who said "Gender is performative"?
Who said "Its better to be hated then loved" and was really pessimistic?
Who said "there's nothing but a bundle of personalities and no coherent self that science can say you are" and then got super depressed and focused on pleasure?
Who said, "there has to be a self, because God" and thought that you needed to be reasonable to be a good person?
Who described himself as "conscientiously ambiguous" and wrote "The Meditations" about his life?
Who said that you can't find the self without throwing everything out, especially God?
Who said that man is naturally good, but that everything outside of him makes him bad?
Which defense mechanism involves refusing to accept the truth?
Which defense mechanism involves putting your insecurities onto others when they might not even agree?
Which defense mechanism involves hurting one's self as a result of negative feelings?
turning against the self
Which defense mechanism involves turning bad thoughts into socially acceptable ones?
Which defense mechanism involves returning to a less-mature state of mind and often involves acting childish?
Which defense mechanism involves seeing your negative reaction as outside of your control?
Which defense mechanism involves using your negative feelings to stimulate a mental activity?
Which defense mechanism involves expressing the exact opposite of what you really think or want?
Which defense mechanism involves transferring your anger to another target who is smaller and easily harmed?
Which defense mechanism involves retreating into inner thoughts to avoid conflict?
What theoretical approach says that Europeans were meant to be more dominant as they are the superior race?
What theoretical approach says that capitalism is all that matters and individuals are irrelevant?
What theoretical approach builds off of Materialism, but looks at other positioning factors other than class?
What theoretical approach says that they self is constantly being shaped by interactions?
What theoretical approach describes behavior in terms of how it has evolved over time?
What theoretical approach describes culture based on the most common personalities?
Modal Personality Approach
Which theoretical approach said that culture is the same as personality?
Culture and Personality School
Which theoretical approach was the First attempt to address the issue with Culture and Personality using statistics, used projective tests to find average personality?
Basic Personality Approach
What theoretical approach uses national behavior to describe culture?
National Character Studies
What theoretical approach uses inner desires and the subconscious to describe behavior?
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