Jagna Brudzinska

Three Notions of Unconscious. Observations at the Crossing Point of Phenomenology and Psychoanalysis

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Keywords: Pure I, Person, Implicit Unconscious, Relational Unconscious, Individuation, Genetic Phenomenology

The paper presents and discusses the distinction between descriptive, dynamic, and implicit or relational unconscious. Thereby, different impacts of the unconscious dynamics on the experiential and individual life of the subjects are explored by drawing on both psychoanalytic and phenomenological results. I ultimately discuss the possibility for genetic phenomenology to provide an epistemological reflection on some unconscious dynamics and facts that emerge in psychoanalytical praxis. In this context, I intend to identify the specific mechanisms of sympathetic experience that support the individuation process of the human person.

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