Bibliographic record and links to related information available from the Library of Congress catalog.
Note: Contents data are machine generated based on pre-publication provided by the publisher. Contents may have variations from the printed book or be incomplete or contain other coding.
<h2>Contents</h2> Preface 000 Acknowledgments 000 Introduction: A New Bridge between Mind and Society 000 Part I: The Choice between Fascism and Democracy in Everyday Life in the Individual Mind, the Family, and Society 000 1. What Is the Original "Mind Software" We Humans Receive at the "Factory"? 000 2. The Choice between fascist mind and democratic mind: What Chance Do We Have of Changing Our "Fascist Minds" to "Democratic Minds"? 000 3. The Fascist Believer: Totality, Overcertainty, and Suppression of Information 000 4. The Fascist Slave: Obedience, Conformity, and Intolerance of Dissent 000 5. The Fascist Fist: Superiority, Excessive Power, and Violence against Self and Others 000 6. The Fascist Denier: "I Never Did Any Harm"--Denials of Doing Harm to Oneself or to Others 000 Part II. Overcoming and Growing beyond the Seductions of Fascism in Mind and Society 000 7. democratic mind as the Healthy Alternative to fascist mind: The Joy of Life Process and Opportunity 000 8. Psychotherapy as Antifascism and Training for Democracy 000 9. Discovering Applications of democratic mind in Everyday Life 000 10. A Unified Theory of democratic mind in the Self, Family, and Society: A Vision of More Decent Human Beings Who Do Less Harm to Themselves and Others 000 Conclusion: The Care and Maintenance of the Bridge between Mind and Society 000 Epilogue: My Background Both as a Psychotherapist and as a Peace Researcher Studying Genocide 000 Notes 000 Bibliography 000 Index 000
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Fascism -- Psychological aspects.
Democracy -- Psychological aspects.