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Beliefs as Products of the Family Unit
 
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Robert L. Williamson, MDiv

An important shift shaping the early research of family therapist Dr. Murray Bowen was the conceptual change from thinking of a symptom “as a process confined within the patient to thinking of it as the manifestation of an active process involving the entire family.” This paper applies this conceptual change to understanding the emergence of beliefs which, though appearing in an individual brain, can be the product of the family unit. The function of religious beliefs in the marriage of poet Robert Lowell and writer Jean Stafford will be used as a case example.

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