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  • Título Original: The Evil We Do: The Psychoanaysis of Destructive People
  • Autor del libro: Carl Goldeberg
  • ISBN: 978-1573928397
  • Idioma: ES
  • Páginas recuento:259
  • Realese fecha:2000-05-04
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The Evil We Do: The Psychoanaysis of Destructive People por Carl Goldeberg Libro PDF, EPUB

Murder, rape, and atrocity are serious social problems. Yet, despite their persistence, the reasons for deeply destructive behavior still elude contemporary psychological theories. Based on his four decades of clinical experience, humanistic psychoanalyst Dr. Carl Goldberg uses case studies of apparently irredeemable and dangerous people from all walks of life to dramatica Murder, rape, and atrocity are serious social problems. Yet, despite their persistence, the reasons for deeply destructive behavior still elude contemporary psychological theories. Based on his four decades of clinical experience, humanistic psychoanalyst Dr. Carl Goldberg uses case studies of apparently irredeemable and dangerous people from all walks of life to dramatically demonstrate that even those who have led destructive lives can escape evil and be restored to more hopeful, compassionate, and responsible lives. Crucial to a probing examination and successful treatment of the dark side of life, Dr. Goldberg shows in his case studies, is addressing important psychological and philosophical issues ignored by contemporary psychologists and psychoanalysts. The Evil We Do is a book full of telling insights about the most troubling aspects of human nature-knowledge that is essential if American society is ever to deal effectively with the violence that plagues it.