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Dąbrowski: The dynamics of concepts

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  title={Dąbrowski: The dynamics of concepts},
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  year={2012}
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  • Published 2012
  • Psychology
Introduction: The dynamics of concepts 1). Positive disintegration. 2). Psychoneuroses is not an illness / Neurosis. 3). Multilevelness (Unilevelness, Levels of functions). 4). Developmental potential. 5). The three factors of development. 6). Essentialism/existentialism. 7). Authenticity / personality. 8). Dynamisms. 9). Inner psychic milieu / disposing and directing center. 10). Subject-object in oneself. Acknowledgments References 

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