Psychologist Carl Rogers says self-acceptance is necessary for psychological development. John Limbaugh satires popular culture’s insistence on “acceptance” and argues for self-understanding instead.
John Limbaugh is a third-year Philosophy and Psychology Major from Houston, Texas, pursuing a minor in Government. He’s interested in analytic psychology, existential philosophy, Russian literature, mythology, and how beliefs influence mental health. He believes that the best way he can contribute to social problems is by supporting individuals through clinical treatment. He hopes to attend graduate school in clinical psychology to explore his intellectual interests and strengthen the psyche of individuals.
A presentation of psychologist Victor Frankl’s philosophy of meaning as a potential solution to political divisiveness in Western society.