Carrollton, GA: Division 32 of the American Psychological Association, 1989.
Paperback. 9" x 6". Mild shelf wear.
"This issue respectfully dedicated to the victims of the Tiananmen Square massacre Beijing, China June 3-4 1989 for courageously embodying the humanistic ideal: the liberation of human potential."
Features the following articles:
Language and Human Science: The Vocabularies of Academic Psychology and Psychoanalysis by Bernd Jager
The Ecstatic and the Theory of Jacques Lacan by Michael W. Barclay
The Unfolding Meaning of Intentionality and Horizon in Phenomenology by Rolf Von Eckartsberg
The Liberating Value of Constructionism for Minorities by Albert H. Jenkins
The Phenomenology of Erwin Straus: An Overview and Appraisal of Its Relevance for Human Studies by Donald Wagner
The Boulder Graduate School by Normandi Ellis
Reviews and Comments:
Remembering: A Phenomenological Study
Review by John Scanlon
Review by Calvin O. Schrag
Reply by Edward S. Casey. Very good. Item #5986