• H. A. Overstreet,  Philosophy,  Psychology,  Self-Help

    The Mature Mind H. A. Overstreet (1949) PDF book (international bestseller book)

    The Mature Mind by H. A. Overstreet (1949) PDF book (international bestseller book) “MANKIND,” wrote Alfred North Whitehead, “is now in one of its rare moods of shifting its outlook The mere compulsion of tradition has lost its force It is the business of philosophers, students, and practical men to re-create and re-enact a vision of the world, conservative and radical, including those elements of reverence and order without which society lapses into a not, a vision penetrated through and through with unflinching rationality ” This book concerns the re-creation and re-enactment of such a vision through an insight that comes chiefly out of the psychological and psychiatric sciences and centers…

  • Applied Psychology,  H. A. Overstreet,  Psychology,  Self-Help

    The Great Enterprise Free PDF book: Relating Ourselves To Our World by H. A. Overstreet

    The Great Enterprise Free PDF book: Relating Ourselves To Our World by  H. A. Overstreet (1952) In his famous book The Mature Mind, Dr. Overstreet gave his readers a new insight into themselves, by explaining the meaning of psychological and emotional maturity. In this new book, he undertakes to explore more fully the effect upon ourselves of the larger world in which we live. No individual, he points out, ever evolves into his mature personality out of forces that are found only within his private self. We grow only if we grow outward into loving relationships with our fellow man. This outreach of mind and spirit is our distinctively human…

  • Atheism,  Evolution,  H. A. Overstreet,  Philosophy,  Religions

    The Enduring Quest: PDF book (1931) by H.A. Overstreet ( A Search For A Philosophy Of Life)

    The Enduring Quest: A Search For A Philosophy Of Life by H.A. Overstreet  (1931) The book “The Enduring Quest” by professor and head of the department of philosophy and psychology (College of the City of New York) Review by Tigran Aivazian The book begins with the consideration of the influence of the latest discoveries in physics on the complex issues of human psychology, such as the meaning of human life viewed in its wholeness. He often quotes the works of Sir Arthur Stanley Eddington and Sir James Jeans and it is curious to note that those two authors happen to be the two chief sources of other papers in the above-mentioned…