Existential-humanist movement

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    مُساهمة من طرف hillary في الإثنين 7 سبتمبر 2009 - 12:33

    Existential-humanist movement

    Humanistic psychology was
    developed in the 1950s in reaction to both behaviorism and
    psychoanalysis, arising largely from existential philosophy and writers
    like Jean-Paul Sartre and Søren Kierkegaard. By using
    phenomenology, intersubjectivity and first-person categories, the
    humanistic approach seeks to get a glimpse of the whole person and not
    just the fragmented parts of the personality or cognitive functioning.
    Humanism focuses on uniquely human issues and fundamental issues of
    life, such as self-identity, death, aloneness, freedom, and meaning.
    Some of the founding theorists behind this school of thought were
    Abraham Maslow who formulated a hierarchy of human needs, Carl Rogers
    who created and developed Client-centered therapy, and Fritz Perls who
    helped create and develop Gestalt therapy. It has become so influential
    as to be called the "third force" within psychology (preceded by
    behaviorism and psychoanalysis

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