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Mary Eddy

"Science reveals the possibility of achieving all good, and sets mortals at work to discover what God has already done; but distrust of one's ability to gain the goodness desired and to bring out better and higher results, often hampers the trial of one's wings and ensures failure at the outset." Mary Eddy
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Alfred Adler
Birth: 1870-02-07 Death: 1937-05-28

"Tears and complaints - the means which I have called water power - can be an extremely useful weapon for disturbing cooperation and reducing other to a condition of slavery."

Known as the originator of the inferiority complex theory, Alfred Adler was responsible for refining some of the ideas Sigmund Freud put forth and founded the school of individual psychology. Adler and Freud were peers in the Vienna Psychoanalytic Society, but they were hardly friends. Adler took issue with many of Freud's beliefs that biological and sexual factors influenced personality development. Adler held that social factors were also at play. After resigning from the society, he published his most important work, "The Neurotic Constitution". After World War I, Adler became a Vis…



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