The Right to Be Human: A Biography of Abraham Maslow

The Right to Be Human A Biography of Abraham Maslow Abraham Maslow has been widely recognized as a great visionary of modern psychology and related social thought including business behaviour This second edition of his biography explores the

  • Title: The Right to Be Human: A Biography of Abraham Maslow
  • Author: Edward Hoffman
  • ISBN: 9780071342674
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Paperback
  • Abraham Maslow 1908 1970 has been widely recognized as a great visionary of modern psychology and related social thought including business behaviour This second edition of his biography explores the business applications of Maslow s thought.

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    1. I like to read the occasional biography, and this is a pretty good one. I've long admired Maslow as one of the leaders of the humanist movement in psychology. He is well known for his hierarchy of needs, his theories of self actualization, and his exploration of peak experience. There were a lot of things I didn't know, such as his field work with the Blackfoot nation in 1938, his extreme difficulty breaking into academia due to antisemitism, and his keen interest in studying all branches of psy [...]

    2. Really enjoyed it and feel Ed Hoffman did justice to such an amazing human being. It lead me to begin the quest of reading Maslow's books which are as one would imagine, mind bending. The establishment of an entirely new approach to psychology based on the self actualized being is brilliant!

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