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Existential Psychology East-West (Revised and Expanded Edition)

Existential Psychology East-West (Revised and Expanded Edition)

Existential Psychology East-West (Revised and Expanded Edition)

Existential Psychology East-West (Revised and Expanded Edition)

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Existential Psychology East-West is a collection of 25 chapters exploring existential psychology in a cross-cultural contest. This volume features many leading existential scholars from the United States, Southeast Asia, and Africa.

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ISBN-13: 9781939686237
Publisher: University Professors Press
Publication date: 02/18/2019
Edition description: Volume 1 (Revised and Expanded Edition) ed.
Pages: 464
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.94(d)

Table of Contents


Poetic Preface - Tom Greening

Foreword - Donadrian L. Rice

Inroduction to the First Edition - Louis Hoffman, Mark Yang, Albert Chan, & Francis J. Kaklauskas

Introduction to the Second Edition - Louis Hoffman, Mark Yang, Francis J. Kaklauskas, Albert Chan, & Monica Mansilla

Part 1: Overview of Existential-Humanistic Theory & Practice - Louis Hoffman

Chapter 1: Introduction to Existential-Humanistic Psychology in a Cross-Cultural Context - Louis Hoffman

Chapter 2: An Existential-Humanistic Case Conceptualization - Louis Hoffman & Nathaniel Granger, Jr.

Part 2: East and West Perspecties on Existential Psychology

Chapter 3: Existential-Humanistic Psychology Dialogues in China: Beginning the Conversation - J. Christy Thrash, Francis J. Kaklauskas, Michael M. Dow, Elizabeth Saxon, Albert Chan, Mark Yang, & Louis Hoffman

Chapter 4: Further Development of Existential-Humanistic Dialogues in Southeast Asia - Anne Hsu, Rodger Broomé, Monica Mansilla, Evonne Phoo, Jason Dias, Michael Moats, Louis Hoffman, & Mark Yang

Chapter 5: Tao, Daesin, and Psyche: Shared Grounds for Depth Psychotherapy - Erik Craig

Chapter 6: Spiriutal Warrior in Search of Meaning: An Existential View of Lu Xun through His Life Incidences and Analogies - Xuefu Wang

Chapter 7: Existentialism, Taoism, and Buddhism: Two Views - Kirk J. Schneider & Benjamin Tong

Chapter 8: Existential Themes in the Parables of Jesus - Mark Yang

Chapter 9: The Heart of Jungian Analysis and Existential Psychotherapy - Heyong Shen

Chapter 10: Global Authenticity - Myrtle Heery

Chapter 11: Zhuangzi's View of Freedom - Zhaohui Bao

Chapter 12: A Contemplative Approach to Existential Psychotherapy: Mindfulness as Existential Praxis - Michael M. Dow

Chapter 13: In and Out of the Distress: A Survival Philosophy of Shi Tie-Sheng - Wensheng Wang

Chapter 14: Dream Idioms: Using Chengyu, Idioms, and Proverbs to Interpret Dreams

Chapter 15: The African Use of Existential Psychotherapy - Anthony K. Nkyi

Part 3: Existential-Humanistic Perspectives on Culture and Myths

Chapter 16: Gordo's Ghost: An Introduction to Existential-Humanistic Perspectives on Myth - Louis Hoffman

Chapter 17: The Kemet-Egyptian Myth of Osiris and Isis: The Eternal Drama of Creation, Generativity, Destruction, Death, Rebirth, and Ressurrection of the Human Spirit - Alan G. Vaughan

Chapter 18: On Existential Aloneness: The Earthly Pilgrimage - Emory G. Cowan, Jr.

Chapter 19: In Harmony with the Sky: Implications for Existential Psychotherapy - Albert Chan

Chapter 20: The Myth of Obeditence: An Existential Analysis of American Beauty - Cathy Calvert, Kate Calhoon, Steve Fehl, & Christine Gregory

Chapter 21: Funerary Rituals in China, Confucianism, and the Existential Issues of Death and Meaning - Bohan Zhang

Chapter 22: Brokeback Mountain: A Gay and Universal Love Story - Ilene Serlin

Chapter 23: Building the Great Wall of China: Postmodern Reverie and the Breakdown of Meanings - Ed Mendelowitz

Chapter 24: Kisagotami, Buddha, and Mustard Seeds: An Existential Psychological Perspective - Francis J. Kaklauskas & Elizabeth Olson

Chpater 25: Junkanoo: A Bahamian Cultural Myth by Heatherlyn Cleare-Hoffman

Annotated Bibliography - Christopoher S. M. Grimes, Ashley Whitaker, Matthew Thelen, Erica Palmer, Michael Moats, J. M. Chavis, Ellen Marsalis, Barbara Dobson, Geneva Shewmaker, Kirk J. Schneider, Tori Bowers, & Louis Hoffman

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