Should we call it soul or mind?

psychology (n.) Look up psychology at Dictionary.com1650s, “study of the soul,” from Modern Latin psychologia, probably coined mid-16c. in Germany by Melanchthon from Latinized form of Greek psykhe- “breath, spirit, soul” Later changed (recorded 1748) to study of the mind as we know it today!

Origin of the word SCEPTIC comes from 1580s, “member of an ancient Greek school that doubted the possibility of real knowledge.”

Question: What if you are a sceptical psychologist like well known TV ‘expert’ Dr Richard Wiseman & that other font of all knowledge Chris French?

Answer: How is this for irony. You study the soul & doubt the possiblity of real knowledge!

 

 

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