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I learn a lot from the author's analytical and generalizatonal frameworks. The paradoxical themes of power is greatly defined in logical sequence.Published on January 4, 2014 by W. Sapparojpattana
I have read several Hilliman books and this is by far the worst in my opinion. It does not develop his opinions, is so obvious that even a 101 psychology student could have... Read morePublished on February 6, 2012 by Sami
I like this author. The book is a more formal style than I would normally prefer. It has some interesting insights into personal power. Read morePublished on November 16, 2009 by P. K. Stevens
Elucidates power very well. This book really, really opened my eyes that way. Power, and its specific types, are concepts that all of us are very familiar with, and have to be. Read morePublished on October 5, 2008 by Jake Gay
One my most-recommended books whenever discussions about "leadership" or "control" go sideways. Flawed, but discerning readers can extract real-life applications of the models and... Read morePublished on November 23, 2004 by S. Starbird
James Hillman's book Kinds of Power, srikes a chord of resonance at every root "chakra" in the human body. Read morePublished on May 31, 1999 by Carl G. Simpson, M.D. (Carlsimpso@aol.com)