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Home Browse Books Book details, Generative Man: Psychoanalytic Perspectives. Psychoanalysis in a 'Shame Culture': Japanese Psychoanalytic Insights1 By Etezady, M. Hossein International Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 91, No. 5, October 2010. Generative Man: Psychoanalytic Perspectives.
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Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 44:304-308 Browning's book makes such an attempt to envision the 'good man' by extracting principles of ethics from the writings of Philip Rieff, Norman Brown, Erich Fromm, and Erik.
Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 44:304-308. Generative Man: Psychoanalytic Perspectives: By Don S. Browning. Philadelphia: Westminster Press, 1973. Browning's book makes such an attempt to envision the 'good man' by extracting principles of ethics from the writings of Philip Rieff, Norman Brown, Erich Fromm, and Erik Erikson. A sympathetic reading of his effort reveals the enormous difficulties he encountered.
Don Browning Psychology Culture Religion Ethics Practical theology Pastoral theology Pastoral care Families Generativity. Philadelphia: Westminster. Browning, D. S. (1976). The moral context of pastoral care. (1980). Pluralism and personality: William James and some contemporary cultures of psychology. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press. (1983a). Religious ethics and pastoral care.
Don Spencer Browning, religious educator. Recipient Oskar Pfister award American Psychiatric Association, 1999; Guggenheim fellow, 1975-1976, fellow Institute Religion in Age of Science, 2003; Lilly Endowment grantee, 1991-1997, 1997-2005, for Religion, Culture and Family Project, 1991-2003, grant Templeton Foundation, 2009-2010. good used condition). Generative man: psycho- ananlytic perspectives. Atonement and Psychotherapy.
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