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Not as deviations from the conceptual yardstick of this or that psychiatristbut as deviations in the structure of the particular patient's existence the disruptions of his condition human. This book changed my life back in my college days The introductory essay by Rollo May is a revelation accessible and profound at the same time The rest of the book is unimportant Of all the books I read in college and since this one that essay has stayed with me I highly recommend it

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Existence Master WorkSince its publication Existence has been regarded as the most important complete and lucid account of the existentialist approach to psychologyFrom the works of the leading spokesmen of th. While American psychoanalysis during the 40s and 50s was under the influence of Freud Europeans were beginnig to branch out in new directions especially influenced by the existentialism of Martin Heidegger Edmund Husserl Jean Paul Sartre and Maurice Merleau Ponty Existence edited by Rollo May was the first book to introduce Americans to the writings of those who worked under the mantle of existential psychology Contained within are essays by Erwin Straus and Ludwig Binswanger among others The second half of the book contains three essays by Binswanger not previously available in AmericaAlthough the book is a good introduction to existential psychoanalysis it contians a glaring omission by the absence of writings from Medard Boss a Swiss Dasienanalysist who became the leading light of this type of therapy in Europe Despite this omission however the book remains an eye opener for anyone unfamiliar with existential psychoanalysis and is recommended for psychology student and philosophy student alike