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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Timofei Slimovschii
Transactional Analysis of the Phenomenon of Inner Consent
2017
The theme of "inner consent" has been sufficiently studied in the concept of A. Langle. By means of four fundamental motivations, it is possible to describe the "periodic system of human existence", which allows to theoretically describe and practically come to an inner consent with oneself or, in other words, be able to say "yes" to the world, life, being by oneself and meaning. In the existential-analytical theory, this aspect has sufficient scientific elaboration. However, the following question remains interesting: is it possible to describe this phenomenon within the framework of another psychotherapeutic approach? Is there a connection between the concept of inner consent considered in EA and similar phenomena of consistency of the structural elements of the individual in Transactional Analysis? Can the language of Transactional Analysis explain and describe the mechanism of agreement with oneself? This master's thesis is devoted to this issue.

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