The Heroism of Sensitivity

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Title

The Heroism of Sensitivity

Description

In 1979 Kazimierz Dabrowski, the well-known Polish psychiatrist and psychologist, was interviewed in Warsaw by Zbigniew Bierzanaski. Dabrowski, most noted for his Theory of Positive Disintegration which focuses on the emotional aspects of personality development, was truly a social reformer. In this interview he specifies the value structure he deemed necessary for personal and societal advancement. The interview was published in Notes of the Group of Political Didactic in 1980 and has been translated for this journal by Ewa Hyzy-Strzelecka.

Date

1994

Language

English

Source

The heroism of sensitivity: An interview with Kazimierz Dąbrowski. (1994). (Z. Bierzanski, Interviewer; E. Hyzy-Strzelecka). Advanced Development, 6, 87–92.

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Dabrowski1994.pdf

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“The Heroism of Sensitivity,” TPD Archive , accessed November 19, 2017, http://christianewells.com/items/show/59.

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