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Psychology and the human dilemma.

Rollo May

Psychology and the human dilemma.

by Rollo May

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Published by Van Nostrand in New York, London .
Written in English


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Open LibraryOL16772852M
ISBN 100442051859

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Buy Psychology and the Human Dilemma New Ed by May, Rollo (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible ://   In "Psychology and the Human Dilemma," Rollo May, the distinguished psychoanalyst, presents his penetrating views of the conflicts involved in being a person in our modern socitey.

Here he deals with man's loss of identity in the contemporary world, the sources of his anxiety, and the ultimate paradox of the concepts of freedom and ://   This is less of a psychology/psychotherapy text than it is a collection of essays on the human condition by a very well-read practitioner.

May is just as likely to draw his observations from Kierkegaard and Sartre as he is from Freud, Rogers et. al., and as such the best parts of the book read like a summation of intellectual history in an effort to grapple with the Psychology and the human dilemma.

book dilemma' of the ://   Psychology and the Human Dilemma Reviewer Victor B. Cline Dr. May, a psychologist and author of such previous books as The Meaning of Anxiety and Man's Search for Himself, is a supervisory and training analyst at the William Alanson White Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology and Psychoanalysis as well as an adjunct professor in the Graduate In Psychology, Folklore, Creativity and the Human Dilemma, the author explores the meaning of folklore and its usefulness in education and psychotherapy.

The author’s interest has expanded into other fields that challenge and question the limits of our everyday horizons, namely, into operas, plays, and humor, as well as into new approaches to   Psychology and the Human Dilemma Rollo May Victor B.

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This book is NOT written for the lay person. I'm not a trained psychologist, but I've read hundreds of self-help, psychology, philosophy, and Buddhism books that made me think.

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Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software An illustration of two photographs. Psychology and the human dilemma Item Preview remove-circle pages ; 22 cm Includes bibliographical references Introduction: what is the human dilemma.

-- Modern man's loss of significance -- Personal identity in an anonymous world -- Historical roots of modern anxiety theories -- Anxiety and values -- The context of psychotherapy -- A phenomenological approach to psychotherapy -- Existential therapy and the American scene -- Jean-Paul Sartre and Gendlin writes further: "In Psychology and the Human Dilemma [], May offers a wealth of valid and stimulating ideas in a totally engaging and readable fashion.

[The human dilemma is that] man is always both an active subject and a passive object " May [says]: "Only in knowing ourselves as the determined ones are we :// User Review - Flag as inappropriate This book is essential reading for anyone with an interest in Psychology - especially practicing psychologists or researchers.

Despite being written in the late s the text reads like a contemporary critique on psychology and modern society. May highlights man's fixation on rational thinking and our eternal search for causation which feeds into every Genre/Form: Collected Work essays: Additional Physical Format: Online version: May, Rollo.

Psychology and the human dilemma. Princeton, N.J., Van Nostrand [©] Get this from a library. Psychology and the human dilemma.

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This article introduces relatively unfamiliar readers to the growing field of social :// Editions for Psychology and the Human Dilemma: (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published in ), (Paperback published i   The human dilemma is that which arises out of a man's capacity to experience himself as both subject and object at the same time.

Both are necessary-for the science of psychology, for therapy, and for gratifying living. (May,p. When we focus attention on ourselves, we experience our selves as objects.

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