The last 16 chapters are in a section titled Biographical and Critical Essays on Central Figures in Humanistic Psychology and Transpersonal Psychology. These chapters are fascinating to read because the subjects are presented with all their warts and bumps as well as their genius, creativity, and individuality. This makes for fascinating reading that leads to reflection and considered thought. The figures are a fascinating and varied group: Diana Baumrind, James F.T. Bugental, Moshe Feldenkrais, Erich Fromm, Amedeo Giorgi, William James, Sidney Jourard, Ronald Laing, Abraham Maslow, Rollo May, Fritz Perls, Paul Goodman, Laura Perls, Carl Rogers, Ida P. Rolf, Erwin Straus, and Ken Wilber. Taken as a whole, these chapters provide an intimate glimpse into the lives and professional hopes of bright creative thinkers and their interactions with and effects on each other as the field of humanistic psychology developed to the present day.