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Science could never have proceeded without the creativity of intuition—yet intuition is poorly understood and poorly studied. In Intuition: The Inside Story, scholars explore the nature of intuition and its practical place in the social and behavioral sciences and the arts. These contributors present the latest theoretical developments and research and provide every day examples of intuition from the lab and field. They discuss the nature and experience of intuition from the perspectives of anthropology, philosophy, physics, engineering, psychology, medicine and midwifery.
Contributors include: Marcie Boucouvalas, Guy Burneko, Brenda J. Dunne, Jeremy Hayward, Charles Laughlin, Evelyn Monsay, Anne Pineault, Luci Roncalli and Joe Sheridan.
|1||Intuition: The Concept and the Experience||3|
|2||The Nature of Intuition: A Neuropsychological Approach||19|
|3||Looking Intuit: A Phenomenological Exploration of Intuition and Attention||39|
|4||Sacred Land - Sacred Stories: The Territorial Dimensions of Intuition||57|
|5||Wheels Within Wheels, Building the Earth: Intuition, Integral Conciousness, and the Pattern That Connects||81|
|6||Intuition in the Development of Scientific Theory and Practice||103|
|7||Subjectivity and Intuition in the Scientific Method||121|
|8||Thought, Action, and Intuition in Practice-Oriented Disciplines||129|
|9||Intuition as Authoritative Knowledge in Midwifery and Homebirth||145|
|10||Standing by Process: A Midwife's Notes on Story-Telling, Passage, and Intuition||177|