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Horne, M. (2002). Aristotle's ontogenesis: A theory of individuation which integrates the classical and developmental perspectives. J. Anal. Psychol., 47(4):613-628.

(2002). Journal of Analytical Psychology, 47(4):613-628

Aristotle's ontogenesis: A theory of individuation which integrates the classical and developmental perspectives

Michael Horne, M.B., B.S., FRACP, FRANZCP

The effects of the classical/developmental split in analytical psychology are described. No underlying issues explaining the nature of the split have been clearly enunciated. The schools can, however, be distinguished by their differing epistemologies. These are the hermeneutic and transcendental branches of phenomenology. The use of these epistemologies leads their proponents to either an immanent or transcendent concept of the divine, respectively.

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