Probably something new enters when humanistic psychology reaches into the domain of traditional knowledge. However desirable it may be that these two approaches to human truth should meet, the fact is that they start out from different, even contradictory, assumptions and this must mean that the crossing of the line between them should not pass unnoticed. Unfortunately, our Western traditions have been so secularized that the line is barely recognizable.

–On Growth Centers

 
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  • On Growth Centers


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    by Jose M.R. Delgado
  • The Forest People
    by Colin M. Turnbull
  • The Politics of Experience
    by R.D. Laing
  • The Mechanism of The Mind
    by Edward de Bono
  • A Game
  • Kids
  • Understanding Islam
    by Schuon Frithjof
  • The World's Rim
    by Hartley Alexander
  • The New Religions
    by Jacob Needleman
 


 


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