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Further Analysis of the Interviews

  • Lisl Marburg Goodman
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Part of the The Springer Series on Death and Suicide book series (TSSDS, volume 4)

Abstract

In our interviews and comments so far, we have focused on the uniqueness of each individual and on the individual’s idiosyncratic way of dealing with his own finiteness. However, while Milstein does not resemble Stern, nor does Wheeler resemble Wigner, the high level of self-actualization and the exceptional creativity they share manifests itself in common threads that are woven through their interviews, binding them together and setting them apart from most other groups of people we interviewed. Thus, after having recognized the variations in individual views and experiences, we now turn our attention to common threads.

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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1981

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