Author: Gerd Doeben-Henisch
In this review I discuss the ideas of the book The Psychology of Science (1966) from A.Maslow. His book is in a certain sense outstanding because the point of view is in one respect inspired by an artificial borderline between the mainstream-view of empirical science and the mainstream-view of psychotherapy. In another respect the book discusses a possible integrated view of empirical science with psychotherapy as an integral part. The point of view of the reviewer is the new paradigm of a Generative Cultural Anthropology[GCA]. Part II of this review reports some considerations reflecting the relationship of the point of view of Maslow and the point of view of GCA.
This review is part of the general review section of the uffmm.org blog.
More extended version (21.June 2020): reviews-maslow1966-II-v09
See here (8.Juni 2020): reviews-maslow1966-II-v08
See here (7.June 2020): reviews-maslow1966-II-v07