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Saturday 27 January 2024

"AI for the rest of us"

 In my other blog (here) Language and mores, Part VII (here) described what I found out about my family's status as immigrants in our complex story of a pregnant mother's escape from Hungary and my siblings ½ generation later. When I later discussed how I thought my marriage ended, my family saw a Jungian influence in my thinking. Jung's disciple Adler apparently inspired Kishimi & Koga's recent best seller "The Courage to be disliked" (Google books). Ensued a three-language dicussion to understand what this was all about... Mum prefers our mother tongue Hungarian, my brother lives in Montreal and my sister in Paris.

Me & my bro ~ 15 yrs. ago after a chat over one too many in Balaton Almádi HU

Enter "AI for the rest of us". I simply put the question: what is the link between Kishimi & Koga's "The courage to be disliked" and Jung or Adler's psychology? in Bing AI in those three languages. 

I love AI: it not only highlights the capacity AI has to summarise and to inform with laser precision. It also recognises and replies in the language it is addressed in.

And watch the linguistic twist at the end... I love translation too!

Hungarian:

"A bátorság, hogy nem kedvelik" című könyv Ichiro Kishimi és Fumitake Koga által írt könyv. A könyv az Adleri pszichológia elvein alapul¹. Az Adleri pszichológia egy olyan gondolkodásmód, amely hangsúlyozza a társadalmi kontextus és a személyes tapasztalatok fontosságát az egyén személyiségének formálásában. A könyv egy párbeszédet mutat be egy filozófus és egy fiatal férfi között, ahol a filozófus magyarázza az Adleri pszichológia alapelveit a fiatal férfinak¹.

A könyv az Alfred Adler és Carl Jung munkáiból is merített ihletet. Alfred Adler osztrák orvos és pszichoterapeuta volt, aki megalapította az egyéni pszichológia iskoláját¹. Carl Jung svájci pszichiáter és pszichoanalitikus volt, aki az analitikus pszichológiát alapította¹. Mind Adler, mind Jung kortársai voltak Sigmund Freudnak, és munkáik jelentős hatással voltak a modern pszichológiára¹.

Remélem, segítettem!

Source: Conversation with Bing, 27/01/2024

(1) https://bigboomidea.com/hu/posts/6750-the-courage-to-be-disliked-change-your-life.... https://bigboomidea.com/hu/posts/6750-the-courage-to-be-disliked-change-your-life-because-you-can.

(2) undefined. https://bigboomidea.com/hu/posts/6750-the-courage-to-be-disliked-change-your-life.

English

"The Courage to Be Disliked" is a book written by Ichiro Kishimi and Fumitake Koga. The book is based on the principles of Adlerian psycholog¹. Adlerian psychology is a school of thought that emphasizes the importance of social context and personal experiences in shaping one's personality. The book presents a dialogue between a philosopher and a young man, where the philosopher explains the tenets of Adlerian psychology to the young man¹. 

The book also draws inspiration from the works of Alfred Adler and Carl Jung. Alfred Adler was an Austrian medical doctor and psychotherapist who founded the school of individual psychology¹. Carl Jung was a Swiss psychiatrist and psychoanalyst who founded analytical psychology¹. Both Adler and Jung were contemporaries of Sigmund Freud and their works have had a significant impact on modern psychology¹.

I hope this helps!

Source: Conversation with Bing, 27/01/2024
(1) The Courage to Be Disliked | Book by Ichiro Kishimi, Fumitake Koga .... https://www.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Courage-to-Be-Disliked/Ichiro-Kishimi/9781501197277.
(3) The Courage to Be Disliked: The Japanese Phenomenon That Shows You How .... https://www.amazon.com/Courage-Be-Disliked-Phenomenon-Happiness/dp/1501197274.

French

"Le courage d'être détesté" est un livre écrit par Ichiro Kishimi et Fumitake Koga. Le livre est basé sur les principes de la psychologie adlérienne¹. La psychologie adlérienne est une école de pensée qui met l'accent sur l'importance du contexte social et des expériences personnelles dans la formation de la personnalité. Le livre présente un dialogue entre un philosophe et un jeune homme, où le philosophe explique les principes de la psychologie adlérienne au jeune homme¹.

Le livre s'inspire également des travaux d'Alfred Adler et de Carl Jung. Alfred Adler était un médecin autrichien et psychothérapeute qui a fondé l'école de psychologie individuelle¹. Carl Jung était un psychiatre et psychoanalyste suisse qui a fondé la psychologie analytique¹. Adler et Jung étaient tous deux contemporains de Sigmund Freud et leurs travaux ont eu un impact significatif sur la psychologie moderne¹.

J'espère que cela vous aide!

Source: Conversation with Bing, 27/01/2024
(1) Avoir le courage d'être heureux : Kishimi, Ichiro, Kato, Fumitaka, Ball .... https://www.amazon.fr/Avoir-courage-heureux-Ichiro-Kishimi/dp/2813229385.
(2) Avoir le courage d'être heureux - Ichiro Kishimi - Babelio. https://www.babelio.com/livres/Kishimi-Avoir-le-courage-detre-heureux/1522140.
(3) Avoir le courage de ne pas être aimé - Ichiro Kishimi, Fumitake Koga .... https://books.google.com/books/about/Avoir_le_courage_de_ne_pas_%C3%AAtre_aim%C3%A9.html?id=b_pSDwAAQBAJ.

Bonus

My bro helpfully sent the link to the local bookstore, as mom reads books not computers:

... "The courage to be disliked" becomes in the French bookstore "The courage not to be loved", labelling it in French as a "provocative title" - note its correct translation in the French section above - here we crossed a line: marketing takes liberties with translation to drive traffic. Period.

I guess marketing will always aid and abet dodgy practice... full circle back to my other blog (here)!