dynamic psychology


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dynamic psychology

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(Psychology) any system of psychology that emphasizes the interaction between different motives, emotions, and drives
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Rahner--a contemporary systematic theologian who takes into account evolutionary anthropology, cultural and linguistic studies, dynamic psychology, social and economic theories, and philosophical theory founded on Kant's turn to the subject--throws new light on human nature and therefore on the human nature of Christ.
Growing out of a weekend meeting of mostly psychiatrists at Ditchley Park, this work looks through the lenses of cognitive and dynamic psychology, attachment theory, group psychology and thanatology to address this question.
She documents how the dynamic psychology of Sigmund Freud and the social anthropology of Franz Boas, Margaret Mead, and Ruth Benedict generated more egalitarian understandings of identity.
For scholars of British literary modernism, who focus on theories of the unconscious, selfhood, and narrative, Dynamic Psychology is essential reading, an insightful study that intelligently documents the vital role the Society for Psychical Research (SPR) played in the formation of early twentieth-century literature, specifically with regard to conceptions of the fragmented and multiple self as well as an emergent philosophy of ontological pluralism.
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