Constructive Psychology: Or the Building of Character by Personal Efforts

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Kessinger Publishing, Jan 1, 1992 - Philosophy - 208 pages
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Constructive Psychology turns the thoughtful and intelligent individual back upon himself and undertakes to make exceeding plain those few simple principles by which he may adjust himself by personal effort and establish harmonious relations to God to Nature and to his fellowmen. He will find no necessity for consulting libraries, philosophies, authorities, or theologies, helpful as these may be at certain times or under certain circumstances. He will appeal solely to his own intelligence, his own conscience and his own experience. This is the only source for him of actual knowledge. He knows only that which he has learned by definite, personal experience. Contents: The Meaning of Life, The Road to Knowledge, Growth of the Soul; The Secret of Power; Constructive Psychology; Education; Egomania, and the Superman.

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