Mental growth through positive disintegration
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Mental growth through positive disintegration by Kazimierz DaМЁbrowski

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Published by Gryf Publications in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Maturation (Psychology)

Book details:

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 181-184.

Statementby Kazimierz Dabrowski with Andrzej Kawczak and Michael M. Piechowski.
ContributionsKawczak, Andrzej, joint author., Piechowski, Michael Marian, joint author.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsBF710 .D3
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 184 p.
Number of Pages184
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5340291M
ISBN 100901342106
LC Control Number72194029
OCLC/WorldCa524939

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Grounded in Dabrowski's theory of positive disintegration, Personality-Shaping introduces the concepts at the heart of the theory and at the heart of human potential, creativity, social service, inner conflict, mental illness, and personal growth. MENTAL GROWTH THROUGH POSITIVE DISINTEGRATION I consider this to be one of the most important contributions to psycho- logical and psychiatric theory in this whole decade. There is little question in my mind that this book will be read for another decade or two, and very widely. It digs very deep and comes up with extremely important. Jan 05,  · Over the holidays I began reading a book by Kazimierz Dabrowski (along with Andrzej Kawczak and MIchael Piechowski's) called Mental Growth Through Positive Disintegration. Originally published in , it outlines his Theory of Positive Disintegration as well as outlining the role of psychic overexcitabilities in mental growth. name of a person who has Dabrowski’s books and Dabrowski’s book, Mental Growth through Positive Disintegration, I. positive disintegration is the mental development described by the.

Dabrowski feels that no growth takes place without previous disintegration. He regards symptoms of anxiety, psychoneurosis, and even some symptoms of psychosis as the signs of the disintegration stage, and therefore not always pathological. Category: Personality Shaping Through Positive Disintegration. As I read Dabrowski’s book Mental Growth through Positive Disintegration, I experienced a profound sense of resonance. Moreover, as I immersed myself in the works of Dabrowski, I was mesmerized by the beautiful parallels between the theory of positive disintegration and chaos theory. Jan 05,  · Over the holidays I began reading a book by Kazimierz Dabrowski (along with Andrzej Kawczak and MIchael Piechowski’s) called Mental Growth Through Positive Disintegration. Originally published in , it outlines his Theory of Positive Disintegration as well as outlining the role of psychic overexcitabilities in mental growth. Jun 29,  · Here I’m paraphrasing some professional jargon in the Mental Growth‘s glossary: Negative disintegration occurs when a person does not manage to harness his or her own capacity for growth. Positive disintegration is what happens when a person lets go of the way he or she previously made sense of the world and rebuilds it in line with what s/he determines to be his/her own authentic Occupation: Editor in Chief.