Non-ego

Non-e´go


n.1.(Metaph.) The union of being and relation as distinguished from, and contrasted with, the ego. See Ego.
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The "Another" is the non-Ego that descends the Ego into being by absolute denial, determining it as The One that is responsible.
The Ego, according to Fichte, must put itself, otherwise it would not be possible to think anything: "The truth is, you can not think any thing at all without adding in thought your Ego as self-consciousness." (39) At the same time, there is an external reality that stands in front of the Ego that Fichte, instead, deduces from it in such a way that the Ego puts the non-Ego. In this dialectics between Ego and non-Ego it lacks the absoluteness of the Ego, just because it concretizes in the non-Ego (that is to say, a finite thing).
postdoctoral program in psychotherapy and psychoanalysis) relates his attraction to Jungian psychoanalysis, particularly the Hillman school, as a study of the imagination that renders ego- and non-ego psychic images explicit.
Within each of us lies a pure inner witness--the knower, or non-ego consciousness.
Densmore: Very pleased at his kind, shy, careful, non-ego type of reading.
It's of utmost importance that we provide great, well-informed service that is non-ego [driven] and non-intrusive, but encourages people to feel comfortable." Carol Wallach, the chef and owner of Chicago's Sola, a contemporary American restaurant, agrees.
For the first time in several years, new, emotionally detached, non-ego driven business managers control major airlaid producers.
WATERFORD United boss Alan Reynolds has hailed his non-ego warriors for continuing their title challenge.
diminished Ego and one dominant non-Ego, should be read as framed by A
It was this view of the pensato that Collingwood tried to develop in his theory of presuppositions which are active in our actual experience even if we are not aware of it.(12) But Collingwood himself recognized Hegel as the true founder of this "objective idealism" by claiming that ideas do not exist in our heads only.(13) It was also Hegel who understood that if the objective status of the non-ego is recognized, the ego will not hold its tongue forever, but will begin by listening to the other before it starts to speak itself.
This moment of idealization was in turn developed from his theory of intersubjectivity, which contained both the moment of ego and non-ego, or self and not-self.
One of the possible ego states, we believe, is that of "non-ego," using the word ego in a spiritual sense.