3 edition of East-West tension in the the light of psychology found in the catalog.
East-West tension in the the light of psychology
|Statement||editors, Wolodymyr Janiw and Ludwig Zeise.|
|Contributions||I͡A︡niv, Volodymyr., Zeise, Ludwig., Berufsverband Deutscher Psychologen. Landesgruppe Bayern., Munich.|
|LC Classifications||JX1255 .E2|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||32 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
|LC Control Number||77368836|
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East-West tension in the light of psychology: proceedings of the scientific conference in Munich held on 7th and 8th March East-West tension in the light of psychology, proceedings of the scientific conference in Munich held on 7th and 8th Marcheditors Wolodymyr Janiw and Ludwig Zeise.
East–West psychology addresses this dialogue at the level of human communication and transformation, aiming at an integral understanding. Apart from the interchange of civilizations, East–West psychology also includes the dialogue with indigenous modalities of knowledge and becoming.
Jul 01, · Psychology in the Light of the East can be used in both an advanced UG or graduate course in Transpersonal Psychology or comparative East/West psychology.
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Alan Watts found a common principle that/5(28). Aug 28, · The Tension Between East and West. Lecture 2: Psychology Rudolf Steiner, Vienna, June 2, the psyche, everything that earlier psychology brought to light — all these collapse in face of the self-criticism of ordinary consciousness.
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3/5(1). Dec 23, · I wonder whether greater Chinese input to the Existential Psychology East–West project might have resulted in a more balanced content with respect to East–West integration.
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While the tactic is crude perhaps there is a message in that too/5. Psychotherapy East and West focuses on the methods and objectives of both segments and how they converge and contrast with one other. Watts’ overall goal with this book was With its initial release way back inPsychotherapy East and West by noted philosopher Alan Watts sought to examine the parallels between Western psychotherapy and /5.
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What is the common ground between Western psychiatry and Eastern philosophy, and what has each to learn from the other. Alan Watts found a common principle that, intentionally or otherwise, seems to be used wherever therapy is trying to overcome man's false sense of himself as an isolated ego -- an ego that traps him in a perpetual flight from death and loneliness.5/5(2).
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Jung, a series of books published by Princeton University Press in the U.S. and Routledge & Kegan Paul in the U.K. It contains sixteen studies in religious phenomena, including Psychology and Religion and Answer to Job.
The New York Times Book Review said "Nowhere else than in this study of the interplay of Concepts: The psyche, Anima and animus. London: Hodder and Stoughton, First English language edition. Hardcover. Octavo. Black cloth gilt lettering on spine, index.
From the publisher: This volume consists of cycle of ten lectures, given in Vienna by Rudolf Steiner inand translated by Dr. B.A. Rowley. selected to form a special book to lay before the English public as an introduction to Steiner's work and.
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Asians emphasize the group as primary; Westerners put the individual first. Posted Apr 30,