Originally published in 1928, the principle aim of this book was to present and apply an original viewpoint in psychology. The work is substantially that of a thesis on "The Problem of Personality in the Light of Recent Psychology" for which the author was awarded the degree of Doctor of Letters in the University of Melbourne in 1925. Today it can be read and enjoyed in its historical context.
Table of Contents
Preface. 1. The Urge of Life 2. The Nature of Instinct 3. Expectation 4. The Sources of Energy 5. The Native Human Motives 6. The Ideals 7. The Facts of Unconscious Process 8. The Explanation of the Unconscious 9. Body and Mind. Index.
A. Campbell Garnett