a major branch of philosophy. The study of principles relating to right and wrong conduct; Morality; The standards that govern the conduct of a person,especially a member of a profession.
was one ofthe original founders of the humanistic perspective. His theories encompassedthe importance of unconditional and conditional positive regard in development of the 'selfconcept' and 'conditions of worth' set by others. His work has been applied to a rangeof domains, particularly in therapy through his development of'client-centred'(now class="d-title" named 'person-centred'therapy.