3.5 modified-prompt

Please provide a long list of thinkers that match the following: 1. Be highly interested in the subjective, inner experiences of individuals, with a focus on the contributions of psychologists, psychotherapists, and experts in human behavior and cognition. 2. Be open to exploring different philosophical perspectives, valuing diverse ideas and attempting to integrate them, including those related to spirituality, religion, and their connections to human experiences. 3. Appreciate the dynamic interplay between individuals and society, recognizing the impact of societal factors on human behavior and cognition, and expressing a keen interest in moral and political philosophy. 4. Show a strong inclination towards understanding and empathizing with others, valuing personal growth and self-discovery. 5. Be drawn to the concept of interconnectedness, both within the human mind and between individuals and their environment. 6. Value pragmatism and the practical application of ideas in real-world situations, emphasizing the works of pragmatist philosophers. 7. Be open-minded and curious about the nature of reality, embracing novel or unconventional ideas. This person may have high openness and agreeableness, as they are drawn to diverse ideas and exhibit a strong interest in understanding and connecting with others. They may also possess a moderate level of conscientiousness, as they appreciate the importance of structure and organization in their thinking, but are also open to exploring new perspectives.
Here is a list of thinkers who match the criteria described:

1. Sigmund Freud
2. Carl Jung
3. Abraham Maslow
4. Carl Rogers
5. Fritz Perls
6. Erich Fromm
7. Viktor Frankl
8. William James
9. John Dewey
10. Richard Rorty
11. Michel Foucault
12. Jean-Paul Sartre
13. Simone de Beauvoir
14. Martin Buber
15. Gabriel Marcel
16. Emmanuel Levinas
17. Aldous Huxley
18. Ken Wilber
19. Huston Smith
20. Alan Watts
21. Joseph Campbell
22. Thich Nhat Hanh
23. Dalai Lama
24. Mahatma Gandhi
25. Martin Luther King Jr.
26. Paulo Freire
27. John Rawls
28. Martha Nussbaum
29. Amartya Sen
30. Jurgen Habermas
31. Richard Bernstein
32. Richard J. Davidson
33. Antonio Damasio
34. Daniel Kahneman
35. Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi
36. Charles Sanders Peirce
37. William James
38. John Dewey
39. George Herbert Mead
40. Richard Rorty
41. Cornel West
42. Kwame Anthony Appiah
43. Martha Nussbaum
44. Iris Murdoch
45. Richard Shusterman
46. William James Sidis
47. Friedrich Nietzsche
48. Michel de Montaigne
49. Ralph Waldo Emerson
50. Henry David Thoreau

These thinkers come from various fields such as philosophy, psychology, psychotherapy, spirituality, and social sciences. They share a common interest in exploring the subjective experiences of individuals, and they appreciate the dynamic interplay between individuals and society. They are also open-minded and curious about the nature of reality and embrace novel or unconventional ideas.

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