Peace of mind, by Joshua Loth Liebman.

; Jewish Institute of Religion (New York, N.Y.) ; I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection
New York, Simon and Schuster [1946] .

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Other Authors I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection.
Jewish Institute of Religion (New York, N.Y.)
Subjects Emocao.
PAZ DEL ESPIRITU.
Paz -- Filosofia.
Peace of mind.
Peace.
Psicología aplicada.
Psychology, Applied.
Tranquillité d'esprit.
Series Charles W. Eliot lectures.
Description xiv, 203 pages, 1 leaf 21 cm.
Copyright Date [1946]
Notes Presented by the Dr. Ari Kiev family to the I. Edward Kiev Judaica Collection.
Sequel: Hope for man.
Also issued online.
Contents 1. Questing inward: Two strategies, one goal -- 2. Conscience doth make cowards: Psychoanalysis and confessional -- The masks of conscience -- 3. Love thyself properly: Development of self -- Inferiority complex may hide self-hate -- Renunciation of immaturity -- Acceptance of self -- That unique and loving potential, you -- 4. Love or perish!: Hatred masked as love -- Give all to love -- Tolerance is love -- Religion and love -- 5. Fear wears many masks: What is neurotic fear? -- Rage, aggression, hostility -- Economic fears -real and unreal -- Metaphysical fears -- 6. Grief's slow wisdom: Three laws for governing grief -- 7. Intimations of our immortality -- 8. Thou hast enthralled me, God: The denial of God's existence -- The types of unbelievers -- Agnostics and weak believers -- My personal credo -- The meaning of revelation -- A new God idea for America -- 9. Where religion and psychology part -and meet: Some truths that psychiatry adds to religion -- Give us heroes -- Dare recognize your emotion -- How religion and psychiatry parallel each other.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)223890
(OCoLC)ocm00223890
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WorldCat Identities Liebman, Joshua Loth, 1907-1948.
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