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Alfred Adler

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Man knows much more than he understands.
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As quoted in A Primer of Adlerian Psychology : The Analytic-Behavioural-Cognitive Psychology of Alfred Adler (1999) by Harold H. Mosak and Michael P. Maniacci

 
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