Psychology As Religion: The Cult of Self-Worship

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B. EerdmansPublishing Company, 1977 - Christianity - 149 pages

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A critique of secular humanism as a cult of self-worship--"selfism", with social science practitioners as priests of "Psychology as Religion". Polemic against the admittedly broad spectrum of ... Read full review

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Compelling argument that psychology has become a religion for many in our culture today. Read full review

Contents

Acknowledgments
7
Four Major Theorists
17
SelfTheory for Everybody
28
Copyright

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Vitz is professor of psychology at New York University. He was an atheist until his late 30s. He has a bachelor degree and a PhD. He is a professor at NYU.

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