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ERIC Number: ED064892
Record Type: RIE
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 317
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Experiences in Being.
Marshall, Bernice, Ed.
A set of essays are subsumed under four broad headings: man as man, man with himself, man with others, and man and his institutions. The essays are personal and concern the authors' feelings in response to himself, others, or the institutions he is part of. Each essay is followed by a discussion about it. The book is described as an application of humanistic, existential principles to the development of an educational process. It is an introduction to process learning, learning in which both thinking and feeling are meaningful and acceptable processes. Among the specific topics are technology, loneliness and love, intimacy and death, prejudice, work, decision making, and sex. (JK)
Brooks/Cole Publishing Company, 10 Davis Drive, Belmont, California 94002 ($4.95)
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