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Carl Rogers (1902-1987) was an influential American psychologist and (along with Abraham Maslow) among the founders of humanistic psychology.

Carl Rogers (1902-1987) was an influential American psychologist and (along with Abraham Maslow) among the founders of humanistic psychology. He writes in the Introduction to this 1967 book, "This book is built around seven papers which start from an assumption unusual in psychology today. The assumption is that the subjective human being has an importance and a value which is basic: that no matter how he may be labeled or evaluated he is a human person first of all, and most deeply. He is not only a machine, not only a collection of stimulus-response bonds, not an object, not a pawn.

Person to Person book. Witness young tempest-tossed Barry, the patient that collaborated with Rogers on this book: her compelling story alternates with Dr. Rogers'

Person to Person book. subtitle: The Problem of Being Human-A New Trend in Psychology. Rogers'. Barry stands up for her values. She has a vital strength that makes her STAND UP AND ROAR LIKE A LION when times get tough! And you know what else?

Carl Rogers (1902-1987) was an influential American psychologist and (along with Abraham Maslow) among the founders of humanistic psychology.

Book Description Souvenir Press Ltd. Condition: New. 1994. Series: Condor Books. Num Pages: 288 pages, illustrations. BIC Classification: JM.

Rogers, Carl R. & Stevens, Barry. Rogers, Carl R. and Stevens, Barry. Book, Online - Google Books. (Carl Ransom), 1902

Rogers, Carl R. Person to person: the problem of being human; a new trend in psychology. Walnut Creek, Ca : Real People Press. Person to person: the problem of being human; a new trend in psychology, Carl R. Rogers and Barry Stevens ; with contributions from: Eugene T. Gendlin, John M. Shlien, Wilson Van Dusen Real People Press Walnut Creek, Ca 1967. Australian/Harvard Citation. (Carl Ransom), 1902-.

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Comments: (4)

Mikale
Fantastic book. Not a breeze to read but not exclusively difficult. It requires the reader to do some research on the contributors to the collection to understand what it is that they are discussing at times, but that's okay. This isn't something you casually read on the toilet.

There are some powerful elements to this collection. Also, some of them are rather boring and worn-out. The meaningful bits greatly outweigh the blase parts. It is worth the time of the reader.
Zamo
must read for evolving as a human...makes you think and understand and be more aware...will want to read again and again.
Yozshujind
Carl Rogers (1902-1987) was an influential American psychologist and (along with Abraham Maslow) among the founders of humanistic psychology.

He writes in the Introduction to this 1967 book, "This book is built around seven papers which start from an assumption unusual in psychology today. The assumption is that the subjective human being has an importance and a value which is basic: that no matter how he may be labeled or evaluated he is a human person first of all, and most deeply. He is not only a machine, not only a collection of stimulus-response bonds, not an object, not a pawn. So while the papers deal cover a variety of topics, and in at least three instances deal with individuals labeled 'abnormal,' they are all basically about persons."

Here are some representative quotations from the book:

"I would stress that my vantage point for making these observations is not that of the scholar or philosopher: I am speaking from my experience of the functioning human being, as I have lived with him in the intimate experience of therapy, and in other situations of growth, change, and development."
Concerning his famous debate with B.F. Skinner, he says, "In his reply Dr. Skinner said that he would not go into the question of whether he had any choice in the matter (presumably because the whole issue is illusory) but stated, 'I do accept your characterization of my own presence here.' I do not need to labor the point that for Dr. Skinner the concept of 'learning to be free' would be quite meaningless."
"I have tried to show that the freedom they achieve is definable in ways which complement rather than contradict the current scientific view of man's behavior."
"(I)t is the QUALITY of the interpersonal encounter with the client which is the most significant element in determining effectiveness."
Enditaling
Having been a fan of Carl Rogers and Humanistic approaches to life and psychotherapy for some time, I was surprised to stumble upon this book in a "giveaway" section of my grad schools library. I saw that it was written, at least in part, by Carl Rogers. However, Barry Stevens contributes the most in this fantastic perspective on how to be in the world. She provided anecdotal examples that really make understanding the material clear.

This is one of those books that I have a hard time understanding why it is no longer in print. It was eye-opening and, to some extent, life changing. My understanding is that Stevens eventually became deeply involved with Fritz Perls and his Gestalt movement (surely not a bad thing), though this book emphasizes her relationship and correspondences with Rogers.

Beautiful.
Person to Person: The Problem of Being Human (Condor Books) download epub
Psychology & Counseling
Author: Barry Stevens,Carl R. Rogers
ISBN: 0285647164
Category: Health, Fitness & Dieting
Subcategory: Psychology & Counseling
Language: English
Publisher: Souvenir Press Ltd (April 1973)
Pages: 276 pages