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In contrast to the primacy of reason espoused by rationalist thinkers, irrationalists contend that the human intellect is an inherently limited and imperfect instrument that operates in unconscious subjection to the person's will and the imagination. Some psychotherapies, especially some of the cognitive ones (and certainly we would hope ones practiced by Christians), intend to improve not simply one�s feelings, but also one�s abilities to act individually and socially in reality.

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Publisher: The Guilford Press; 1 edition (May 7, 2001)

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