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The Farther Reaches of Human Nature Paperback – October 1, 1993
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Keep in mind that Abraham Maslow died before he was able to make a final edit of this book, and it shows. The second half of the book is almost a verbatim repetition of the earlier sections, and Maslow tends to harp on the same concepts endlessly. Some of it comes across as a very generic self help book designed to be consumed by the masses. In other sections, he seems to start over right from square one, as if some of the essays were meant to stand alone and were not meant to follow other essays that were extremely similar. I would say nearly half of this book should have been relegated to an expanded appendix - but I guess it would be strange to have a book where full half of it consisted of an appendix. I'm sure that Maslow would have fixed these problems had he lived long enough, but we will just have to accept this book for what it is and try as best we can to extrapolate something useful from it.
To conclude, I must still vehemently stress the importance of at least the first half of this book.Read more ›
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I purchased this book to explore more insights into Maslow's thinking. Before reading I had only known the basic concepts of Maslow's philosophy e.g. Read morePublished 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
This book in particular never ceases to inspire interesting thoughts. A refreshing perspective even if one does not agree with Maslow's approach.Published 6 months ago by Andrew G. Moreno
You might have heard of "Maslow's Heirarchy of Needs" beginning with food, shelter etc. In that pyramid of needs, you couldn't strive for spirituality, for example, until... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Patrick Moore LMT Educator
This is a very good book. I was intimated at first look but Maslow writes in a familiar way making psychological and philosophical connects easy to understand. Read morePublished on November 14, 2013 by Tim Buividas
Its a very unknown work of Maslow. I recommend reading it more than once. Gives his last works in his later years.Published on January 24, 2013 by Anthony Merc
"People are not evil; they are schlemiels."
This posthumously-published work of Abraham Maslow is worth reading and reflecting... Read more