The Self : Explorations in Personal Growth

The Self : Explorations in Personal Growth

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In this collection of 21 papers by 19 authors, a central theme emphasizes that personality is the unique and essential being of the individual. Stemming from this theme is the belief implicit in many of the articles that mental health depends on the individual's acceptance of his uniqueness. "… .he must find his own internal guideposts rather than attempt to mold himself in accordance with externally imposed judgments or values." Some specific topics discussed are self-love versus selfishness, capacity to love and share, fate and self-determination, fallacies of projective tests, and the selfactualizing personality. Contributors represent the fields of psychiatry, psychoanalysis, psychology, education, anthropology, Existentialism, and Indian metaphysics.
 


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In this collection of 21 papers by 19 authors, a central theme emphasizes that personality is the unique and essential being of the individual. Stemming from this theme is the belief implicit in many of the articles that mental health depends on the individual's acceptance of his uniqueness. "… .he must find his own internal guideposts rather than attempt to mold himself in accordance with externally imposed judgments or values." Some specific topics discussed are self-love versus selfishness, capacity to love and share, fate and self-determination, fallacies of projective tests, and the selfactualizing personality. Contributors represent the fields of psychiatry, psychoanalysis, psychology, education, anthropology, Existentialism, and Indian metaphysics.
 


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