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Theoretical Foundations of Social Psychoanalysis


Authors:
Lyudmila Storizhko Kiev Polytechnic Institute „I. Sikorsky“, Kiev, Ukraine

Pages: 41-54

Abstract:

The theoretical provisions of social psychoanalysis are based on the consideration of the following basic components of the psyche: consciousness and unconscious, individual and collective unconscious, social unconscious. Sigmund Freud one of the first has been researched internal incentives, under the influence of which, all mental human`s processes come into effect, which determine the motivational structure of human behavior. Through the prism of unconscious appetence, he tried to consider as the behavior of an individual person and the whole history of the development of humanity. Unconscious in Carl Jung’s understanding acquires a new meaning: it relates with historical and spiritual layers of humanity experience. It was Z. Freud and C. Jung who formulated the basic theoretical principles of social psychoanalysis about the “deep” and “peak” motivation of human behavior.

Keywords:

consciousness; unconscious; collective unconscious; self, person, motivation; socialization.

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