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Rollo May (1909-1994) was a philosopher and psychoanalyst who was one of the prime influences in broadening the perspectives of psychology and psychiatry. Among the books he has authored are Love and Will, Man's Search for Himsel, and The Courage to Create.
May, Rollo
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01405 May, Rollo
Recollections Of Abraham Maslow
$11.95 Rollo May, Denis O`Donovan and Anthony Sutich speak movingly of their friend Maslow (1908-1970) and the influence he had on their personal lives and work as well as on psychology and the broader human potential movement. - 1971 Esalen - One Audiotape
04001 May, Rollo
Violence and The Daimonic
$11.95 May traces the sources of violence and aggression in our culture and man's relationship to evil and the daimonic. He explores the concept that evil can be used for good and that in every act of justice, we need to be sensitive that there is also an injustice. - 1970 Esalen - One Audiotape
04003 May, Rollo
Creativity And The Daimonic
$18.95 In psychotherapy and the creative process, May considers it necessary to confront and wrestle with the daimonic. He defines the daimonic as any natural function which has the power of taking over the personality - sex and eros, anger and rage, and the craving of power - and discusses the curious phenomenon that a creative person always lives with, and produces partly by virtue of the daimonic. - 1968 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
04004 May, Rollo
Dimensions Of Consciousness
$36.95 We live in a culture afraid of creativity, often demanding security and predictability instead of fully entering the richness and depth of human consciousness. In this set of lectures, philosopher and psychologist May plumbs those depths, describing creativity and phenomenology as bridges between the natural world and our personal experience, and myth as the language of the unconscious. - 1966 Esalen - Four Audiotapes
04005 May, Rollo
Will, Wish and Intentionality
$36.95 May examines human psychology and motivation in terms of individual responsibility for our actions. The Victorian belief that our rational minds are sufficient to lead us through the world dissolved after Freud, but has often been replaced by a sense that we are powerless, passive products of our world rather than active participants. The critical issue now is to re-discover the experience of personal significance in our lives. - 1965 Esalen - Four Audiotapes
04006 May, Rollo and Sam Keen
Loss Of Innocence
$11.95 This lively spontaneous dialogue looks at myths of the West, focusing on death and tragety as the elements that give a story the depth of mythology. Keen claims America has been trying to live without myth and without a past - in denial of death and the transcendent. The two esteemed teachers take this as a starting point to ask, "What does America need? What's the new myth?" - 1974 Esalen - One Audiotape