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Favorite quote from this book Notes on Innocent Cognition You can t undo knowledge, you can t really become innocent again once you have seen something, you can t undo the seeing Knowledge is irreversible, perceiving is irreversible, knowing is irreversible in this sense you can t go home again You can t really regress, not even by giving up your sanity or strength altogether Thought provoking and mind expanding, this text is wonderful. [[ READ PDF ]] ⇙ The Farther Reaches of Human Nature (Esalen Book) ✙ Abraham H Maslow was one of the foremost spokespersons of humanistic psychology In The Farthest Reaches of Human Nature, an extension of his classic Toward a Psychology of Being, Maslow explores the complexities of human nature by using both the empirical methods of science and the aesthetics of philosophical inquiry With essays on biology, synergy, creativity, cognition, self actualization, and the hierarchy of needs, this posthumous work is a wide ranging synthesis of Maslow s inspiring and influential ideas Maslow s works are classicism in thought and substance..because neither can be defined when speaking of cultures..it is mutableand connected in every scientifically developed theory in the area of psychology..when followers of the hard sciences observe human behavior cross culturallythe realization that culture impacts on the development of thought which therefore skews any statistical hard evidence of why people behave they way they do read this book many times it is my reference point Maslow s works are classicism in thought and substance..because neither can be defined when speaking of cultures..it is mutableand connected in every scientifically developed theory in the area of psychology..when followers of the hard sciences observe human behavior cross culturallythe realization that culture impacts on the development of thought which therefore skews any statistical hard evidence of why people behave they way they do read this book many times it is my reference point when I need to detox from non classical thought based on authors who are not self actualized i.e living and being strong, independent and free.Love Maslow A great book about the definition of humanity and the importance of seeing the world from the eyes of the human being Maslow s theory about humans basically born as good and moral really appeals to the you and the aim in life to be fully human is a positive and stimulating alternative to other psychological theories negative or neutral perspective on the human being Maslow presents his theories and explain them in a logical and convincing way and you ll find yourself reading the chapters ove A great book about the definition of humanity and the importance of seeing the world from the eyes of the human being Maslow s theory about humans basically born as good and moral really appeals to the you and the aim in life to be fully human is a positive and stimulating alternative to other psychological theories negative or neutral perspective on the human being Maslow presents his theories and explain them in a logical and convincing way and you ll find yourself reading the chapters over and over again, not because you don t understand what Maslow tries to tell you, but because the truth in his words stimulates a new way of thinking The human pyramid of needs was fine But this next article is subversive, somehow.http bigthink.com videos nichol bra The human pyramid of needs was fine But this next article is subversive, somehow.http bigthink.com videos nichol bra I was first exposed to Abraham Maslow s psychology in college Being unwilling as a vegetarian to participate in the dread rat lab , Grinnell s sympathetic psychology department allowed me to do the introductory course as a guided reading project with Professor Morse Although I avoided laboratory work, I was probably forced to read a lotthan the average beginning student and, given possible prejudices on the part of the professor, I probably was directedtowards traditional depth ps I was first exposed to Abraham Maslow s psychology in college Being unwilling as a vegetarian to participate in the dread rat lab , Grinnell s sympathetic psychology department allowed me to do the introductory course as a guided reading project with Professor Morse Although I avoided laboratory work, I was probably forced to read a lotthan the average beginning student and, given possible prejudices on the part of the professor, I probably was directedtowards traditional depth psychologies and what then was called humanistic psychology.Maslow was a big deal back then amongst the humanists because of his rather upbeat approach to psychology This posthumous collection of his essays he died in 1970, in the middle of the project which was ultimately finished by his wife represents an overview of the work he s primarily known for, being a series of revised versions of previously published essays I have learned a great deal about Maslow s hierarchy of human needs But this was my first time reading him directly There were some brilliant insights in this book But altogether, I found it to lack parsimony A longwinded, though in depth, look at the humanistic psychology that Maslow championed, this book just wasn t what I was hoping for Perhaps this is because it isn t so much a book as a series of writings compiled into what felt like a disjointed read Perhaps I just was not the right I have learned a great deal about Maslow s hierarchy of human needs But this was my first time reading him directly There were some brilliant insights in this book But altogether, I found it to lack parsimony A longwinded, though in depth, look at the humanistic psychology that Maslow championed, this book just wasn t what I was hoping for Perhaps this is because it isn t so much a book as a series of writings compiled into what felt like a disjointed read Perhaps I just was not the right audience, as I tend to lean towards empirical investigation and the book is a bit dated Still, I am glad I read it One of my top ten read Therefore, it has a special spot to remain when not being read, and is re read for pleasure every few years Truly, one of the books all people of the literate world should have read this by twenty or fifteen, but we do not I love this and all of Maslow s work , because he had the courage to put what some think into an amazing classic of knowledge about our inner self Plus he has constructing the ideal person, and the feasibility of people being amazing Great read One of my top ten read Therefore, it has a special spot to remain when not being read, and is re read for pleasure every few years Truly, one of the books all people of the literate world should have read this by twenty or fifteen, but we do not I love this and all of Maslow s work , because he had the courage to put what some think into an amazing classic of knowledge about our inner self Plus he has constructing the ideal person, and the feasibility of people being amazing Great read..please check it out It is one I never can put down A book I review and reflect on over and over Timeless and profound, it is a guide to personal and professional enlightenment. Thought provoking and educational.