Implicit order and its functional efficiency in the deep knowledge of the psyche


  • T. Yatsenko Cherkasy Bohdan Khmelnytsky National University
Keywords: implicit order;invisible horizon; the conscious; the unconscious

Abstract

The article emphasizes: the binomial system of the organization of the psychic in its functional asymmetry and, at the same time - inseparability of the spheres of conscious and unconscious, which finds the detection in the implicit order. The latter confirms the information-remote interactions of the conscious and unconscious on the verge of the "invisible horizon", which acquires the prospects of knowledge in the diagnostic-correction process of the ACPC, through the dialogic interaction of the psychologist and the respondent. The study proves the impossibility of the existence of any of the spheres outside the unified psychic system. The content of the article states, that "implicit order" expresses the interests of the conscious and the unconscious, that is integrates the force fields of both spheres. This proves the over certainty of the implicit order and its relevance to the metapsychical. At the same time, as the empirical part of the article proves, a person subordinated to the imperative of the implicit order, regardless of the means of selfexpression (verbal — nonverbal). At the same time, the more accurately observed is the ordering of psychodrawings (reproductions) "following for ...", which confirms the psychoanalytic work with reproductions. Categories "implicit order" and "invisible horizon", allowed to supplement the Model of internal dynamics of the psyche, which completed the understanding of the psyche in its integrity.

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2018-02-12
How to Cite
Yatsenko, T. (2018). Implicit order and its functional efficiency in the deep knowledge of the psyche. Fundamental and Applied Researches in Practice of Leading Scientific Schools, 25(1), 23-37. Retrieved from https://farplss.org/index.php/journal/article/view/270