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Orange, D.M. (2000). Zeddies's Relational Unconscious: Some Further Reflections. Psychoanal. Psychol., 17:488-492.

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(2000). Psychoanalytic Psychology, 17(3):488-492

Zeddies's Relational Unconscious: Some Further Reflections Related Papers

Donna M. Orange, Ph.D., PsyD

T. J. Zeddies's (2000) excellent article highlights the contributions relational psychoanalysis has made to rethinking psychoanalytic notions of the unconscious. His views are largely consistent with those developed from the study of intersubjective systems, in which experiential worlds are seen as variably organized according to emotional inferences (organizing principles) operating automatically and often outside awareness. One dimension of this emotional organization is consciousness and unconsciousness, understood as horizonal properties of experiential worlds within their intersubjective contexts. The concept of consciousness cannot be reduced to linguistic expression of what is inside.

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