But in the past, whenever someone threatened Bush at a protest, there was a deafening silence on the part of the media and the left-leaning blogs, and consequently very little (if any) follow-through on the part of the Secret Service. Which I find quite distressing. I was condemning those threats in the past (as best I could, by drawing attention to them on my blog) — but few people were joining me in my condemnation.
The time for the idea of meaning has finally arrived in mainstream psychology. The last two years have witnessed an explosion of publications—books and journal articles—on meaning in life (., Hicks & Routledge, 2013; Shaver & Mikulincer, 2012; Wong, 2012a). The preponderance of research evidence has supported the tenets and assumptions of logotherapy. Research has shown that presence of meaning plays a vital role in not only buttressing against stress (Halama, 2014) and ameliorating symptoms (Mascaro, 2014), but also contributing to well-being (Ryff, 2012; Steger, 2012) and to resilience in our lives (Park, 2013; Shmotkin & Shrira, 2013).
The following concepts have only a very small number of proponents, yet have become notable:
Maira S. Bauer, Aliya S. Ismailova, Saule T. Okutaeva and Nelly A. Bencheva
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Oh, also, I’ve managed to compile and run on the win32 target, but not on x64, where it asks for the glee_2010_ for release and freeglut_static_ for debug, and I couldn’t find them online. Don’t know if just placing this libs on their directories will solve everything, but they are needed anyway.