Unconscious Dynamics

The New Johari Window VII: Postmodern Relationships and Complexity

The New Johari Window VII: Postmodern Relationships and Complexity

The increasing density of human population is not simply a matter of population growth, it also has to do with a remarkable dynamic that is to be found in most systems—what many theorists now label the strange attractor phenomenon.

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The New Johari Window VI:  The Postmodern Self

The New Johari Window VI: The Postmodern Self

Ironically—and poignantly—the Johari Window, as a guidebook for this transitional period—is still relevant today.

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The New Johari Window V: Interpersonal Needs

The New Johari Window V: Interpersonal Needs

Schutz postulates that there are three fundamental interpersonal needs that strongly influences interpersonal behavior: Inclusion, Control, and Affection (later called Openness)

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The New Johari Window #5: Interpersonal Needs

The New Johari Window #5: Interpersonal Needs

Inclusion, Control, and Affection (later called Openness). Will Schutz suggests that these three needs are sufficient to explain and predict interpersonal behavior.

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The New Johari Window #4: Three Perspectives on Human Relationships

The New Johari Window #4: Three Perspectives on Human Relationships

I specifically look at human interaction and the Johari Window from three perspectives—three ways in which to appreciate the deep nature of interpersonal relationships.

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Aliens or Alienation: The Commoditized Creature that Walk among Us

Aliens or Alienation: The Commoditized Creature that Walk among Us

Alienation is inherently widespread in capitalist society. This occurs because capitalism necessarily renders not only products but also people and our meanings and relationships into things to be instrumentally exchanged.

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