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PROJEKTION, ÜBERTRAGUNG UND SUBJEKT-OBJEKTRELATION IN DER PSYCHOLOGIE

C. A. Meier
Dialectica
Vol. 8, No. 4 (15. 12. 1954), pp. 302-321
Published by: Wiley
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/42964585
Page Count: 20
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PROJEKTION, ÜBERTRAGUNG UND SUBJEKT-OBJEKTRELATION IN DER PSYCHOLOGIE
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Abstract

It is shown that the well known psychological terms « projection » and « transference » have to be examined more carefully, as they cover cases where the far reaching psycho-physical problem and the problem of « synchronicity » (C. G. Jung) is involved. Whereas the original concept of projection is asymmetrical and would not explain certain phaenomena in psychology, a new, symmetric schema explains not only hitherto neglected aspects of those phaenomena, but, in addition, seems to shed light on the still unexplained, yet now well established facts of ESP, etc. In the theory an objective constellating factor is posited which accounts for the similarity between the patterns of subject and object in case of projection and transference.

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