Personality Shaping Through Positive Disintegration

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Personality Shaping Through Positive Disintegration

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This book is written by a psychologist from Poland during mid-1900s. He first defines the core aspects of a personality, and then discusses disintegration. This occurs when we break down (or “disintegrate”) our internal personality structures via self-awareness, breaking ourselves into observer and subject. We can then “reintegrate” into better versions of ourselves. We disintegrate by noticing a difference between who we are, and who we could be, thus sorting components of our personality into higher and lower levels.

“In order to educate himself a man should, as it were, split himself into a subject and an object – that is, he should disintegrate.”
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