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Humanity's Dark Side : Evil, Destructive Experience, and Psychotherapy.

Author: Arthur C Bohart; Barbara S Held; Edward Mendelowitz
Publisher: Washington : American Psychological Association, 2015.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Material Type: Document
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur C Bohart; Barbara S Held; Edward Mendelowitz
ISBN: 1433811812 9781433811814
OCLC Number: 956397762
Notes: ""Index """"About the Editors ""
Description: 1 online resource (305 pages)
Contents: ""Contents ""; ""Contributors ""; ""Preface ""; ""Introduction: the Dark Side Metaphor ""; ""Part I Journeys Beyond the Carl Rogers�Rollo May Debate ""; ""Introduction: Journeys Beyond the Carl Rogers�Rollo May Debate ""; ""Chapter 1 Radical Openness to Radical Mystery: Rollo May and the Awe-Based Way ""; ""Chapter 2 Whence the Evil? A Personalistic and Dialogic Perspective ""; ""Chapter 3 Darth Vader, Carl Rogers, and Self-Organizing Wisdom "" ""Part II Clinical Encounters with the Dark Side """"Introduction: Clinical Encounters with the Dark Side ""; ""Chapter 4 Theogonies and Therapies: A Jungian Perspective on Humanity�s Dark Side ""; ""Chapter 5 Decalogue, or How to Live a Life: Engendering Self-Examination ""; ""Chapter 6 Evil: An Experiential Constructivist Understanding ""; ""Chapter 7 When People Do Bad Things: Evil, Suffering, and Dependent Origination ""; ""Chapter 8 The Ubiquity of Evil�And Multimodal Cognitive Treatment of Its Effects "" ""Chapter 9 Virtue and the Organizational Shadow: Exploring False Innocence and the Paradoxes of Power """"Part III Broader Implications: Is Psychology a Moral Endeavor? ""; ""Introduction: Broader Implications: Is Psychology a Moral Endeavor? ""; ""Chapter 10 Beyond Good and Evil: Variations on Some Freudian Themes ""; ""Chapter 11 Deny No Evil, Ignore No Evil, Reframe No Evil: Psychology�s Moral Agenda ""; ""Chapter 12 Feeling Bad, Being Bad, and the Perils of Personhood ""; ""Afterword ""

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