Janusian Thinking as a Psychological Process


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    Modes of cognition, affects, psychological structures, and dynamisms, bear some resemblance to janusian thinking and, in order to establish the psychological dimensions of the thought process distinctly, it is necessary to consider several of them. In this chapter, I shall discuss the following: Jungian psychology, dialectical thinking, dualistic thinking, conflict, and ambivalence.

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