Tag Archives: Psychology

Who am I?

There is another fine posting by my brother in the priesthood, Fr Jonathan Munn – Fatally self-defined. At first sight, it may seem to coincide with my own discussions of Asperger Syndrome and the way some use it as an … Continue reading

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Diversity?

Lent has begun with the Ashes and the Mass of the Feria yesterday. I seem to have battled through a bout of “writer’s block”. Truth to be told, there are few comments on this blog these days, since my subject … Continue reading

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Aspie Archbishop?

This is quite amazing – Michael Ramsey – an autistic archbishop ? Diagnosing a dead person is not easy to say the least (it has been tried with King George III and Mozart among others), but people did notice some strange … Continue reading

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Aspie Corner

I have just put up a permanent page on this blog – Aspie Corner. It is designed to function like the “Orthodox Blow-Out Department”, though I would hope for more irenic and reflective comments. If you wish to comment, please … Continue reading

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Neurodiversity

One of my readers seems to be a little “put out” that I seem to dwell somewhat on Aspergers Syndrome on this blog. I am about to come out with another one, so he is free to switch to another … Continue reading

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Understanding Neurotypicality

Someone sent me this text, apparently found somewhere on the internet. The term “neurotypical” is one used by people with Aspergers Syndrome (or at the high end of the autism spectrum) for the majority of humanity. The implication is that … Continue reading

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Rapture!

I follow on from my previous article on anti-intellectualism. It is obviously not a new problem, nor is it American. There are many fascinating themes in the works of the recently deceased Umberto Eco. The one many of us know … Continue reading

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