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Piechowski1992.pdf
"The thinking heart of the barracks" is how Etty Hillesum described herself when she was an inmate of a German concentration camp in World War II. She entered voluntarily to prepare herself for the inevitable end. Her diary is the story of her inner…

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giftedness for all seasons - inner peace in a time of war.pdf
This is a study of three lives in transformation, two of which are directly concerned with the issue of war: Etty Hillesum, a young Jewish woman who lived in the Nazi occupied Amsterdam and later died in Auschwitz and Peace Pilgrim, an American woman…

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PiechowskiColangelo1984.pdf

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Piechowski2009d.pdf
William James (1902) made the connection between intensity of character (ardor) and moral action more than a 100 years ago. In the 1960s and 1970s, when cognitive psychology supplanted behaviorism, moral development was seen as development of moral…

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RobertPiechowski1980.pdf

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the logical and the empirical form of feeling.pdf
Susanne K. Langer's theory of art seems to have suffered some neglect in recent years. The plausibility, usefulness, and demonstrability of her principal idea, that works of art present the logical form of feeling, have been questioned. The purpose…

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BrennanPiechowski1991.pdf
This study presents a theoretical framework for personal growth leading to self-actualization, and case studies of individuals engaged in such growth. Maslow's description of self-actualizing people and Dabrowski's theory of emotional development are…

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Piechowski1993.pdf
After some musings, the answer to this title's question is "yes." Piechowski bases his argument on Dabrowski's theory of levels of emotional development, Maslow's concept of "self-actualization," and Gardner's theory of multiple intelligences.…

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Peace Pilgrim.pdf
Cases of secondary integration (Level V), the most advanced level of development through positive disintegration, are easily found within the religious sphere. To find a secular case of secondary integration presents a greater challenge. The life of…

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PiechowskiTyska1982.pdf
Maslow distinguished two types of self-actualizers: the "seers" or transcenders, and the "doers" or nontranscenders. A previous study of self-actualization focused on Antoine de Saint-Exupery, a poet who wrote in prose and was very much a "seer." The…
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