How Should I Live My Life?: Psychology, Environmental Science, and Moral Traditions (Hardback)
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How Should I Live My Life?: Psychology, Environmental Science, and Moral Traditions (Hardback)

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Hardback 208 Pages / Published: 02/07/2002
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A truly cross-disciplinary study of psychology, theology, economics, and environmental science, How Should I Live My Life presents an overview of human beliefs and institutions that have led to the emerging global ecological threats. By viewing societal institutions and the psychology that spawns them, George S. Howard gets to the root causes of global ecological crises and provides an effective roadmap for changing the disastrous course that humans face.

Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield
ISBN: 9780742522060
Number of pages: 208
Weight: 363 g
Dimensions: 235 x 156 x 16 mm


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George Howard is one of the most insightful people in the broad field of contemporary psychology. I always benefit from reading his work, and this was a deeply moving experience for me. In this book, Howard's wisdom and understanding of a balanced and rational life call softly and persuasively to the reader from every page. With every chapter dawns a greater and more complete vision of a world we would be proud to pass on to our children. -- Fred J. Hanna, Johns Hopkins University
Professor George Howard's new book, How Should I Live My Life?, is a typically delightful read. Dr. Howard is one of the best people writing today for the undemanding public in psychology. -- William Bevan, William P. Few Professor of Psychology and provost emeritus, Duke University
George Howard's latest book, How Should I Live My Life, is an outstanding contribution to our understanding of the human condition. George is one of this generation's most creative researchers and thinkers and this book provides an integration and further extension of his latest views. I strongly urge all to treat yourself by reading this thought provoking contribution. I believe this book is destined to become a classic. -- James H. Bray, Baylor College of Medicine
Howard's book is a revolutionary act-in it he makes clear the ties between personal values, moral traditions and the looming environmental crisis in an intelligent, accessible, personal and thought provoking manner. Rather than assault the reader with pessimism and doom, Howard provides the reader with hope and a blueprint for a healthy future. -- Edward A. Delgado-Romero, Ph.D., Indiana University

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