Dr. Stein -
I was caught off guard the other day when a student at the local university mentioned that her professor had stated that Adler believed that there were four major typologies: The dominant or ruling attitude; the "expectant attitude"; the "avoidant attitude"; and the "solution oriented attitude". It had been my belief that Adler had mentioned these types as examples of potential types. In Ansbacher's "Superiority and Social Interest" (pg 68), Adler states that these four types are prersented for "...teaching purposes only." How do you understand this passage?
Tavit Smith Tavit@ids.net
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