The Psychology of Theft and Loss: Stolen and Fleeced by Robert Tyminski
Why steal? This issue has confused everyone from parents to judges, teachers to psychologists, and economists to more than a few moral thinkers. Robbery can be the result of deprivation,…
The Psychology of Theft and Loss synopsis
Why steal? This issue has confused everyone from parents to judges, teachers to psychologists, and economists to more than a few moral thinkers. Robbery can be the result of deprivation, envy or desire for power and influence.
Stealing someone can hide a person's hidden traits - proving to be beneficial to their own growth. Robert Tyminski explores many dimensions of theft, in particular how it relates to a delicate balance of loss versus profit that works in each of us.
Our natural aversion to loss can lead to extreme actions as a means of obtaining what we may not be able to obtain over time, work or money. Tyminski uses the myth of Jason, Medea, and Golden Fleece to explore the dilemmas of such situations and to prove immortality as a fundamental human being.
The psychology of robbery and loss includes theories of psychoanalysis and psychoanalysis as well as more modern research findings to deepen our appreciation of the complexity of human motivation when it comes to theft, culminating in the idea of a permanent "internal thief." Combining case studies and mahjong theory and analyzing many different types of theft including theft, abduction, plagiarism and technique, the psychology of theft and loss is a fascinating study that will attract psychologists, psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, family therapists and students. ..
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