Good. 1964 Hardcover. xx, 171 p. Former Library book. "Reference notes": p. 161-166. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Shipped to over one million happy customers. Your purchase benefits world literacy!
Fine book in a fine dust jacket. 71 pages. First Edition. Forewords by Gerald Kelly, S.J. and Karl Menninger, M.D. A priest and a psychiatrist attempt to reconcile the scientific treatment of mental illness with adherence to the religious life. Fine in very near fine dustjacket with only trace rubbing at some edges. Inscribed by both authors in the year of publication.
Very Good/Near Fine in Very Good jacket. 8vo-over 7¾"-9¾" The purpose of this book is to explain in simple language the nature of mental illness and what can reasonably be expected from psychiatry as a method of treatment and to relate the whole subject to the needs of the religious life. Owner's name is on first blank page. Mylar covered jacket. Purple covers with gilt lettering. 171 pages. There are No Marks, No Underlining, and No Writing in the book. The book is clean and tight. The book is in excellent readable condition.
Psychiatry and religious faith
by Robert G. Gassert, Bernard Horace Hall
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