A Case For The Enlightenment Ten Essays

Download Read Online A Case For The Enlightenment Ten Essays book
Author: Frits van Holthoon
Publisher: Logos Verlag Berlin GmbH
ISBN: 383254447X
Size: 80.42 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 1221

A Case For The Enlightenment Ten Essays by Frits van Holthoon

Original Title: A Case For The Enlightenment Ten Essays

The message of these essays is that the Enlightenment should not be regarded as a revolutionary programme for the future. The philosophers of the Enlightenment hoped to educate individuals in the light of modern science according to Kant's adage: Aude sapere and did not want to change the structure of society. F.L.van Holthoon is emeritus professor of social history in the University of Groningen.

The Trouble With Psychotherapy

Download Read Online The Trouble With Psychotherapy book
Author: Campbell Purton
Publisher: Macmillan International Higher Education
ISBN: 1137413697
Size: 19.62 MB
Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi
View: 6134

The Trouble With Psychotherapy by Campbell Purton

Original Title: The Trouble With Psychotherapy

Current therapeutic practice is grounded in traditional theories of psychotherapy, such as the theories that underlie cognitive-behavioural, psychodynamic and person-centred practice. But none of these approaches has been proven to be more effective than any other, leaving the therapist with an ethical and professional dilemma: how do you advocate and practise one theory with your clients, when a completely different theoretical approach is being successfully practised down the road? In this book Campbell Purton argues that psychotherapy and counselling theories fail to provide adequate justification for their practice. Part 1 highlights the weaknesses and dangers that underlie traditional counselling theories and their derivatives, including psychodynamic, cognitive behavioural, existential and neuroscience approaches. Having unpicked these theories, Part 2 goes on to develop an exciting new way of thinking about therapy that does not rely on theory - one that can be likened to a 'common sense' approach to therapeutic practice. This book poses important questions and offers unique insight for anyone studying or practising in the field of counselling and psychotherapy.

David Hume

Download Read Online David Hume book
Author: Mark G. Spencer
Publisher: Penn State Press
ISBN: 027106353X
Size: 28.17 MB
Format: PDF, Docs
View: 2707

David Hume by Mark G. Spencer

Original Title: David Hume

This volume provides a new and nuanced appreciation of David Hume as a historian. Gone for good are the days when one can offhandedly assert, as R. G. Collingwood once did, that Hume “deserted philosophical studies in favour of historical” ones. History and philosophy are commensurate in Hume’s thought and works from the beginning to the end. Only by recognizing this can we begin to make sense of Hume’s canon as a whole and see clearly his many contributions to fields we now recognize as the distinct disciplines of history, philosophy, political science, economics, literature, religious studies, and much else besides. Casting their individual beams of light on various nooks and crannies of Hume’s historical thought and writing, the book’s contributors illuminate the whole in a way that would not be possible from the perspective of a single-authored study. Aside from the editor, the contributors are David Allan, M. A. Box, Timothy M. Costelloe, Roger L. Emerson, Jennifer Herdt, Philip Hicks, Douglas Long, Claudia M. Schmidt, Michael Silverthorne, Jeffrey M. Suderman, Mark R. M. Towsey, and F. L. van Holthoon.

Recent Books :