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Essay heading: Personality Theorist: A Look at Carl Rogers
 
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Dagmar Pescitelli looked to examine Carl Rogers' theories more closely and wrote in his essay, An Analysis of Carl Rogers' Theory of Personality, that Rogers had a view of self, and a view of the human condition and his rationale for improvement of this condition. Rogers' humanistic conception of personality has both strengths and weaknesses; it is a valuable contribution to the study of persons, recognizing agency, free will and the importance of the self (Pescitelli, 1996)...
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Rogers' humanistic conception of personality has both strengths and weaknesses; it is a valuable contribution to the study of persons, recognizing agency, free will and the importance of the self (Pescitelli, 1996). Rogers' theories not only applied to humans, but to all living organisms. He also applied his theories and ideas to the ecosystem...
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