The Concepts of Self-Acceptance and Self-Respect in Karen Horney's Theory of Neurosis Pontificium Athenaeum Internationale Angelicum

By: Paul, M.

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Signed by author with inscription, To Dick Glossmer, God bless your work. Light stain along bottom corner and top corner of rear wrapper, spine and wrappers lightly creased. 1961 Soft Cover. xx, 260 pp. CONTENTS: Preface; Acknowledgments; Introduction; Part I. Karen Horney's Theory of Neurosis: The Origin of Neurosis According to Karen Horney - The Basic Moves of the Child - The Loss of Self-Acceptance and Self-Respect - The Destructive Power of Self-Idealization - The Major Solutions for Intrapsychic Conflicts - The Influence of Intrapsychic Processes on Interpersonal Relations and Work - The Struggle Toward Self-Realization; Part II. Evaluation and Analysis: Evaluation of Karen Korney's [Horney's] Theory - An Analysis of Karen Horney's Concepts of Self-Acceptance and Self-Respect - Philosophical Reflections on the Value of Self-Acceptance and Self-Respect; Conclusion; Bibliography.

Title: The Concepts of Self-Acceptance and Self-Respect in Karen Horney's Theory of Neurosis Pontificium Athenaeum Internationale Angelicum

Author: Paul, M.

Categories: Psychology, Self Help,

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Publisher: Typis Pontificiae Universitatis Gregorianae: 1961

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition: Very Good

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Keywords: KAREN HORNEY NEUROSIS PSYCHOLOGY LIFESTYLES SELF HELP SELF-RESPECT SELF RESPECT SELF-ACCEPTANCE SELF ACCEPTANCE,