It knocks most books for six and is easy to read, yet carries with it soome really profound knowledge.
I recommend this to anyone interested in learning more about existentialism, existential psychology, and, in particular, existential psychotherapy.
I think it would be broadly appreciated by historians, political scientists, and anyone struggling for context in the modern world.
May presents the principles of existential philosophy and psychology in clearly understood language. An excellent introduction to those theories about being in the world.Published 20 days ago by Frederick Mazie
I only wished I had read this book sooner. It was very readable and it's concepts were simply explained and easily understood.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Still best book on existential psychology from an American writerPublished 7 months ago by Carlos Webster
Items were shipped the day after they were ordered and everything was as described.Published 7 months ago by Micah Parce
I've been a fan of Rollo May for many years - am just now getting around to sharing the book with others.Published 9 months ago by S. W. Morris
Helps existencial thinkers to do better psychotherapy
Undestands the clients fear of being brain washed by the therapist, but also undestands the clients need for... Read more
I would give this book top rating if for no other reason, than Victor Frankl is one of the greatest writers on logotheraphy, and inspired many writers to follow. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Edward Mckenzie