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  • capitalism

    (Common features for capitalistic economic are:) 1. the existence of politically and legally free men; 2. the fact that free …

  • constitution or endowment; endowment or constitution

    By constitution (or endowment) we mean more than just temperament in the classic sense. Rather, we refer to the basic …

  • pathology, mental; mental pathology

    In the frame of reference of humanistic psychoanalysis, the causes of pathology lie in the failure to develop a productive …

  • creativity

    In talking about creativity, let us consider its two possible meanings: creativity in the sense of creating something new, something …

  • life

    Life always tends to unite and integrate; in other words, life by necessity is a process of constant growth and …

  • passion

    Man’s passions are not banal psychological complexes that can be adequately explained as caused by childhood traumata. They can be …

  • love

    There is only one passion which satisfies man’s need to unite himself with the world, and to acquire at the …