Intimacy and Isolation (Value Inquiry Book Series / Philosophy and Psychology 221)
By: John G. McGraw (author)Paperback
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This interdisciplinary book concerns personality, especially intimacy, principally love, and its absence in states of aloneness, primarily loneliness. The author argues that normal and preeminently supranormal personalities are chiefly constituted by intimate connections. Correspondingly, he proposes that the serious shortage of such shared inwardness is the nucleus of every type of personality abnormality.
Editorial Foreword by Mark Letteri Preface Introduction States of Aloneness: Notions and Numbers Loneliness: Definitions, Divisions, and Properties Loneliness: Forms and Modalities Loneliness: The Unwanted Absence of Meaning/Intimacy Love: The Paradigm of Meaning/Intimacy Intimacy: Classifications Intimacy and Social Networks Loneliness and Freedom Loneliness: Revelation and Research Works Cited About the Author Name Index Subject Index
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