There are some who assert that humanistic psychology seems more willing to focus on the "hopeless" aspect of the human condition than positive psychology.
Existential perspectives (often included under the Humanistic umbrella) definitely acknowledge and examine the darker side of the human condition, calling out the finitude of life and the potential angst the awareness of that finitude can create in the human mind.
How might humanistic and positive psychology approach the concept of "the meaning of life" and the certitude of death? What specific differences and similarities might those approaches share?
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