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a whole, functioning, adjusting individual before he could attempt to find out
specifically about the self-esteem of the subject. Thus, before any questions were
asked specifically about self- esteem, explorations were made of the subject's ...
THE INDIVIDUAL AS AN INTEGRATED WHOLE Our first proposition states that
the individual is an integrated, organized whole. This theoretical statement is
usually accepted piously enough by psychologists, who then often proceed
calmly to ...
Possibly its main excuse was that in the sick society and in the sick individual, it
actually tends to be true. But, as Benedict (24) has proved, it need not be true.
And in the good society, or at least in the kind she describes, it cannot be true.
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Rated: C+ This book is one of his classics. Not a primer for beginners but an advanced work for his colleagues. Good to ready directly about his understanding of the hierarchy of needs and self ... Read full review
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Better than every self-help book at which I've ever looked, but, after the first Part, still not great. To warrant its thesis it relies upon claims developed less than rigorously, where it doesn't ... Read full review
Elements of a Psychological Approach to Science
Problem Centering vs Means Centering in Science
HolisticDynamic Theory in the Study of Personality
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