Ινστιτούτο Γνωσιακής Αναλυτικής Ψυχοθεραπείας

Temporal Integration of Structures within the Dialogical Self

Έτος Δημοσίευσης
2004
Συγγραφέας/είς
Jaan Valsiner
Είδος Δημοσίευσης
Paper

Keynote lecture at the 3rd International Conference on Dialogical Self Warsaw, August, 28, 2004

Contemporary Dialogical Self (DS) research has mastered the use of dual theoretical terms (opposites within the whole, different Ipositions in relations) as well as the notion of dynamics (change in Ipositions). What remains to be accomplished is the development of a theory that enables further investigation into the intricate phenomena within the ever-transforming self-organization. It entails the breaking of homogeneity by partitioning of the field through constraints (homogeneous field A + introduced constraint =<results in>=> new structured field {A || non-A}) that set the stage for the emergence of structure (defined by specifiable relation between the two sub-fields, A and non-A). Hence the question of emerging structure of DS is that of the question of differentiation of the boundary—of the dynamic structure of the constraint “membrane” between the related I-positions. Different formal models of such differentiation are possible, allowing us to specify the concrete features of different kinds of relationships between separated I-Positions.

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