By William Morris.
This project focuses upon the self and the transformations that take place through life. In it, William Morris explores western theories of stage development and consciousness using the concepts of Kohlberg, Gilligan, Piaget, Combs and Kegan (Combs, 2002; Gilligan 1993; Kegan, 1994; Kohlberg, 1981; Piaget, 1997).
These ideas are developed into a relationship with Chinese medical concepts as a mode of personal transformation and realisation. This world view involves developmental stages, the conception of self, and the imprints that occur over time.
Softcover, spiral-bound. 66 pgs