The Psychology of Man's Possible Evolution
This series of five comprehensive, precise, and clear introductory lectures were given by Ouspensky when people came to study with him in London and New York during the later part of his life. To him the most important point was to consider man as an "incomplete being," from the point of view of what he might become.
P.D. OUSPENSKY The Psychology of Man's Possible Evolution
New York: Vantage Books (Random House), 1974
Paperback, 128 pages