THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MAN'S POSSIBLE EVOLUTION by P. D. Ouspensky

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF MAN'S POSSIBLE EVOLUTION

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Through a series of five lectures, the Russian philosopher whose writings include Tertium Organum and most recently In Search of the Miraculous(October 1, 1949-p. 567) considers the ""forgotten science of psychology"". Disregarding the study of man as he is or seems to be, with which the modern schools concern themselves, he turns to the study of man as he may be, what man's evolution means and the question of whether there are special conditions necessary to achieve it. The theory and linguistics presented here are far beyond the reach or inclination of this Freud-oriented reader. For followers and seekers.

Publisher: Knopf