The Triumph of the Therapeutic: Uses of Faith After Freud
"Because of the nature of his moral principles the therapeutic is, according to the author, the basic revolutionary type of our time, cutting across all lines that divide men in the social order. He is the true unbeliever, the postulant of an anti-creed, using all faiths or none in the systematic pursuit of his sense of well-being..." - Book Jacket.
as a Language of Faith
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