The Child, His Parents and the Nurse

  title={The Child, His Parents and the Nurse},
  author={Morris Green},
  journal={The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine},
  pages={452 - 453}
  • Morris Green
  • Published 1954 in The Yale Journal of Biology and Medicine
sarily known to the subject; "quite the contrary." The central importance of choice is emphasized throughout: "Since what the method seeks is a choice of being at the same time as a being, it must reduce particular behavior patterns to fundamental relations-not of sexuality or of will to power, but of being-which are expressed in this behavior.... It will utilize the comprehension of being which characterizes the investigator inasmuch as he is himself a human reality; and as it seeks to detach… CONTINUE READING