Provides a new approach to the psychology of human development by integrating psychological and philosophical insights on human virtue and authentic selfhood. Presents Erikson's contributions within the more general 'Care Structure,' described by Heidegger as the central structure of human existence. The major effect of this broader understanding is to give new meaning to Erikson's schedule of virtues, to see them as the central structures organizing the themes and experiences of specific stages of development.
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About the Author
Richard T. Knowles is Associate Professor of Psychology at Duquesne University in Pittsburgh.