Humanitas: Journal of the Institute of Man. Volume VII (7), Number 2, Fall 1971.

By: Van Kaam, Adrian. (editor).

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8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; Pages 129 to 264. A publication from Duquesne University emphasizing an interdisciplinary approach to scholarship along with extensive bibliographies. Theme of this issue is "Work and Human Development". Contents: 1 - "The Semantics of Work: A Correlation of the Terms Drudgery, Toil, Labor, Work" by John Julian Ryan, 2 - "What Is Leisure?" by Remy Kwant (translated from the Dutch by Bernd Jager), 3 - "The Dialectic of Work and Labor in the Ontology of Man" by Lionel Rubinoff, 4 - "Work and Human Behavior" by Walter S. Neff, 5 - "Work: An Invitation to Growth and Self-Confrontation" by Martin Helldorfer, 6 - "The Meaning of Work in Western Culture" by Dennis H. Wrong, 7 - "Work: The Eye of the Hurricane" by Eli Ginzberg, 8 - "Summaries of Selected Works on Work and Human Development" by Carolyn Gratton, 9 - "Selected Subject Bibliography (covering the past ten tears)" by Carolyn Gratton. Inked note on front cover, previous owner's name stamped on the first page.

Title: Humanitas: Journal of the Institute of Man. Volume VII (7), Number 2, Fall 1971.

Author Name: Van Kaam, Adrian. (editor).

Categories: Philosophy,

Publisher: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Institute of man - Duquesne University: 1971

Binding: Softcover

Book Condition: Very Good

Seller ID: 16705

Keywords: Humanities Philosophy Social Sciences Culture Adrian Van Kaam Duquesne University Sociology Work Drudgery