Volume 4: The Self

This particular volume is a cherished favorite. The main focus of the issue is on the work of Roberto Assagioli, who developed the psychotherapeutic model of psychosynthesis.  In “Self as Phoenix,” Betty Maxwell compares Assagioli’s and Dabrowski’s developmental theories. The two moral exemplars who appear in this volume, Peace Pilgrim and Etty Hillesum, will inspire everyone who reads about them. Annemarie Roeper has a lovely essay on “The Reality of the Self.”