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With that in mind, I began to think about the exchange of pleasures and what a nice thing it was that all of these people were getting their little wishes fulfilled and needs met. To understand this, one must know something about Rogers as a person, as well as his theoretical ideas. Three sectors of research are organised. 1) that of daily and personal existence. 2) that of the social activity. 3) that of the methodology of the research. the group makes its own Kant's declaration: "criticism, to which everything should be submitted, is characteristic of our ephoch: in vain try to escape from it religion for being saint and legislation for being majestic, since they would then arise founded suspicions upson trying to impede their thorough examination, rationally carried out.

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Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers; 3 edition (April 4, 2016)

ISBN: 1442258314

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