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Future visions : the unpublished papers of Abraham Maslow

Author: Abraham H Maslow; Edward Hoffman
Publisher: Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications, ©1996.
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One of the founders of humanistic psychology, Abraham Maslow spent a lifetime developing theories that shaped not only psychology but counseling, education, social work, theology, marketing, and management as well. Indicative of his influence, Maslow's ideas on human behavior and motivation have become a part of public consciousness. At the time of his death 25 years ago, he left a vast collection of articles,
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Maslow, Abraham H. (Abraham Harold)
Future visions.
Thousand Oaks : Sage Publications, c1996
(OCoLC)603696206
Named Person: Abraham H Maslow; Abraham H Maslow
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Abraham H Maslow; Edward Hoffman
ISBN: 0761900500 9780761900504 0761900519 9780761900511
OCLC Number: 33818293
Description: xviii, 221 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: Abraham Maslow: A Biographical Sketch --
1. My Early Revelations About Culture and Personality --
2. The Psychology of Happiness --
3. Critique of Self-Actualization Theory --
4. Can Monks Be Self-Actualizing? --
5. Acceptance of the Beloved in Being-Love --
6. The Health Implications of Peaks-to-Completion --
7. Our Aesthetic Needs: Exploratory Notes --
8. Limits, Controls, and the Safety Need in Children --
9. The Jonah Complex: Understanding Our Fear of Growth --
10. The Psychology of Tragedy --
11. Yea and Nay: On Being an Optimistic Realist --
12. Biological Injustice and Free Will --
13. Humanistic Biology: Elitist Implications of the Concept of "Full-Humanness" --
14. Living in the World of Higher Values --
15. Regaining Our Sense of Gratitude --
16. What Is the Essence of Human Nature? --
17. Higher Motivation and the New Psychology --
18. Laughter and Tears: Psychology's Missing Values --
19. Is Human Nature Basically Selfish?
Responsibility: edited by Edward Hoffman.
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One of the founders of humanistic psychology, Abraham Maslow spent a lifetime developing theories that shaped not only psychology but counseling, education, social work, theology, marketing, and management as well. Indicative of his influence, Maslow's ideas on human behavior and motivation have become a part of public consciousness. At the time of his death 25 years ago, he left a vast collection of articles, essays, and letters intended for publication. Now, noted Maslow biographer Edward Hoffman has compiled the most compelling of these writings into one volume. In an array of letters, working papers, lectures, and journal entries. Maslow shares his thoughts on topics that range from self-actualization and well-being to American politics and organizational management. Hoffman provides helpful introductions to Maslow's life and work, as well as to each writing, and a handy glossary of terms used by Maslow.

This valuable collection of papers also includes a foreword by Colin Wilson. Both scholars and students of personality, counseling, and humanistic psychology - as well as management, education, and social work - will discover new insights into Abraham Maslow's influential work through this important book.

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