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《少有人走的路》(The Road Less Traveled and Beyond: Spiritual Growth in an Age of Anxiety)(M. Scott Peck)英文文字版[PDF]

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    出版社Touchstone
    发行时间1998年01月
    语言英文
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中文名少有人走的路
原名The Road Less Traveled and Beyond: Spiritual Growth in an Age of Anxiety
作者M. Scott Peck
资源格式PDF
版本英文文字版
出版社Touchstone
书号0684835614
发行时间1998年01月
地区美国
语言英文
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这也是少有人走的路系列中的一本书,尚未有译文版,感兴趣的不妨看下。
顺便推荐另外几本书,
趣味性非常强又非常专业的,《20世纪最伟大的心理学实验》,从没想到可以把心理学用这样一种方式来表达。
神级的《社会心理学》迈尔斯版,虽然是美国大学生的教材,但非常通俗,哪怕对心理学不了解的人也不会感到晦涩,更重要的是这本书的应用性极强,是了解自己,了解人性的绝佳读物。
半神级的《少有人走的路》,在美国畅销了30多年。这个系列的1和2都很不错
其他还有 心理学与生活,由心咨询,登天的感觉,心的出路,自卑与超越,逃避自由,爱的序位--家庭系统排列个案集,把时间当做朋友 都是难得的好书,看过之后定会大有收获的

The Road Less Traveled and Beyond is the culmination of a lifetime of Dr. M. Scott Peck's counseling, lecturing, and writing, and the conclusion of the "Road" trilogy. In it, we are led to a deeper awareness of how to live rich, fulfilling lives in a world fraught with stress and anxiety.

With the rare combination of profound psychological insight and deep spirituality that has already spoken to millions of readers, Dr. Peck talks about decision making and the choices we make every day in business and at home, and the ethical choices that may affect the very survival of humankind. We learn the difference between good and evil, to overcome narcissism, to love and be loved, to live with paradox, to accept the consequences of our actions all through life, and to come to terms with dying and death.

Dr. Peck is a guide on the adventure that is life, learning, and spiritual growth—life's greatest adventure. Building in depth and power from the very first chapter to its lyrical and poetic conclusion, The Road Less Traveled and Beyond is an adventure in itself.


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目录

PART I: CRUSADE AGAINST SIMPLISM

1: Thinking 23
The Point of Having a Brain
Simplism and Society
What's in Fashion Isn't Necessarily Fashionable
Assumptions, Stereotypes, and Labeling
Common Criminal Thinking
Thinking Too Little Is Your Problem
Thinking Too Much Is Somebody Else's Problem
The Good, the Bad, and the In-between
Thinking and Listening
Freedom and Thinking
Time and Efficiency
Paradox and Thinking with Integrity

2: Consciousness 63
The Mystery of Consciousness
Revisiting Our Frontal Lobes
Lessons from Genesis 3
Good and Evil
Evil, Sin, and Other Distinctions
The Shadow
Consciousness and Competence
The Consciousness of Death
Traveling with God
3: Learning and Growth 95
The Role of the Soul
Passive Learning
Growth and Will
Out of Narcissism
Narcissism Versus Self-love
Narcissism, Death, and the Learning of Dying
Unlearning and Flexibility
Learning as Adventure
Values and Learning Choices
Learning from Role Models
Group Learning

PART II : WRESTLING WITH THE COMPLEXITY OF EVERYDAY LIFE

4: Personal Life Choices 139
The Path of Smart Selfishness Versus the Path of Stupid Selfishness
Choices of Responsibility
Choices of Submission
Choices of Vocation
The Choice of Gratitude
The Choice to Die Gracefully
The Choice of Emptiness

5: Organizational Life Choices 167
Civility
Systems
Ethics
Interdependence and Collaboration
Accountability and Structure
Boundaries and Vulnerability
Power
Culture
Dysfunction Versus Civility

6: Choices About Society 203
The Paradox of Good and Evil
The Paradox of Human Nature
The Paradox of Entitlement
The Paradox of Responsibility

The Paradoxes of Time and Money
A Personal Case Study

PART III : THE OTHER SIDE OF COMPLEXITY

7: The "Science" of God 241
Science and God
Spirituality and Religion
Stages of Spiritual Growth
Psychospiritual and Historical Baggage
Integration and Integrity
Grace and Serendipity
Revelation
The Ego and the Soul
Kenosis
Prayer and Faith
Process Theology
Glory
Cocreation

8: The "Poetry" of God 287
Acknowledgments 307

Notes 309

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