Psychology And The Human Dilemma

Paperback | April 2, 1996

byRollo May

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Whether reflecting on war, psychology, or the ideas of existentialist thinkers such as Sartre and Kierkegaard, Dr. May everywhere enlarges our outlook on how people can develop creatively within the human predicament.

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In this paperback reissue, May discusses our loss of our personal identity in the contemporary world, the sources of our anxiety, the scope of phychotherapy, and the ultimate paradox of freedom and responsibility. Whether reflecting on war, psychology, or the ideas of existentialist thinkers such as Sartre and Kierkegaard, Dr. May enla...

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Whether reflecting on war, psychology, or the ideas of existentialist thinkers such as Sartre and Kierkegaard, Dr. May everywhere enlarges our outlook on how people can develop creatively within the human predicament.

Rollo May (1909-1994) taught at Harvard, Princeton, and Yale, and was Regents' Professor at the University of California, Santa Cruz. An influential psychologist, he was the best-selling author of Love and Will, as well as the author of The Courage to Create, Man's Search for Himself, The Meaning of Anxiety, and Psychology and the Huma...

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Format:PaperbackDimensions:336 pages, 8.25 × 5.5 × 0.55 inPublished:April 2, 1996Publisher:WW Norton

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In this paperback reissue, May discusses our loss of our personal identity in the contemporary world, the sources of our anxiety, the scope of phychotherapy, and the ultimate paradox of freedom and responsibility. Whether reflecting on war, psychology, or the ideas of existentialist thinkers such as Sartre and Kierkegaard, Dr. May enlarges our outlook on how people can develop creatively within the human predicament