Understanding human nature

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Oneworld Publications, 1992 - Psychology - 240 pages
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Introduces the psychologist's major themes, discussing the child and society, inferiority complexes, the family, character traits, male and female, feelings and emotions, and other topics

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User Review  - Bima Putra - Goodreads

the only part I am not impressed is when he say vanity distance people from reality, even if any human action should be acceptable or logical by teleology, but I think deontological moral take place ... Read full review

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User Review  - Mark Kumleben - Goodreads

A tremendously observant and useful book. An adapted series of lectures, so a bit disorganized, but still a good introduction to Adler's thought for a reader with some knowledge of his historical context and the general psychological terms used. Read full review

Contents

FOREWORD by Dr James Hemming
9
PREFACE
15
FUNDAMENTALS OF CHARACTER
25
Copyright

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About the author (1992)

Adler was born in Vienna. He is a contemporary of Carl Jung and Sigmund Freud and was a medical doctor. He moved to the United States in 1932.

Brett is an accredited Adlerian counselor and former Training Officer of the Adlerian Society of Great Britain.

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