We would like to congratulate our graduate Abishu Morke Barisso for his most recent achievement. Abishu has published a book titled- “The defiant face of guilt-” in More Books!. You can read a summary of the book below:
This document arises from the need to describe guilt from another scenario- freer and bearable- as a reality that emerges and accompanies the human being in the learnings of its constant transformation. It describes different disciplines that have investigated the vicissitudes of guilt and with them the realities of two cultures: Tribu Oromo (East Africa) and Mexican- being referents and recourse to accompany each other in the same guilt; sometimes being a bond or propitious of personal growth; through stories told in the different stages of life- as possible generators and transcendence of personality- behaviors and ways of living in the face of a world that was given. Therefore “The defiant face of guilt” is an incentive for a proper conceptualization of guilt- inviting to live shared- that is- as a way of living thrown into the world and in the drama of existence itself
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Abishu Morke Barisso has completed a Doctorate program in Psychology at Atlantic International University.
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