Psychology As Humane Religion
Originally published in Contemporary Psychology: APA Review of Books, 1993, Vol 38(10), 1111. Reviews the book, Psychology, Sin, & Society: An Essay on the Triumvirate of Psychology, Religion, and Democracy by M. Munawar Butt (see record 1992-97825-000). The present volume is a member of a small but enormously valuable genre of work in psychology, specifically, scholarship that takes self-reflexive account of disciplinary practices--their place within history and culture, their successes and failures, and their effects on cultural life more generally. This book suffers from certain stylistic shortcomings.
Kenneth J. Gergen.
"Psychology As Humane Religion".
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