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The Negative Side of Positive Psychology

A Sociological Perspective

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Nowadays, popular scientific discourse on the neural structure and psychological functioning of the human brain tends to frame the latter as an infinite and complex source of ‘untapped’ potentials that can be explored, actualized, and managed by individuals themselves and in their own time through widely available ‘scientifically informed’ regimes…

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Public scholar and educator. Environmental politics, human-nature relations, and the history of social & political thought. Find me on Twitter @mcqposts

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