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8vo - 23 x 15 cm.; Pages 1 to 134. A publication from Duquesne University emphasizing an interdisciplinary approach to scholarship along with extensive bibliographies. Theme of this issue is "Self Destruction and Self Creation". Contents: 1 - "Suicide as Communication: Adler's Concept and Current Applications" by Heinz L. Ansbacher, 2 - "Suicide and Immortality" by David Bakan, 3 - "The Theme of Suicide in the Work of Thomas Mann" by Peter Dettmering (translated by Bernd Jager), 4 - "Self Destruction and Identity" by Norman L. Farberow, 5 - "Self Dectruction and Self Creation: Multiple Commitments to the Irrelevant" by Graham C. Taylor, 6 - "Self and Society: Mechanization versus Creation" by Rolf von Eckartsberg, 7 - "Self Creative versus Self Destructive Philosophies of Life" by Elsa A. Whalley, 8 - "Summaries of Selected Works on Self Destruction and Self Creation" by Carolyn Gratton, 9 - "Selected Subject Bibliography (covering the past ten tears)" by Carolyn Gratton. Previous owner's name stamped on the first page with an stamped note (to be bound) on the front cover.
Title: Humanitas: Journal of the Institute of Man. Volume VI (6), Number 1, Spring 1970.
Publisher: Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Institute of Man - Duquesne University: 1970
Book Condition: Very Good
Item: 1.00 Item
Seller ID: 16715
Keywords: Humanities Philosophy Social Sciences Culture Adrian Van Kaam Duquesne University Sociology Suicide Self Destruction