1. Freud, Piaget, and others viewed life as a series of stages. In contrast, Fromm and Rogers saw it
1. Freud, Piaget, and others viewed oneness as a rotation of stages. In dissimilarity, Fromm and Rogers saw it as a regularity. How could these differing viewpoints influence perceptions of oneness?
2. To May, a individual who was never careful could not be gratuitous. What do you judge environing that proposition? Can you represent a way for a individual to be gratuitous and never be careful environing anything?