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Psychosemantic of the Person's Image of the World
Petrenko V.F., PhD in Psychology, Head of Laboratory of Psychology of Communication and Psychosemantics at the Department of Psychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia, email@example.com
Traced back to Kant, the problem of the person's image of the world can be formulated in terms of the categories of consciousness, in which the knowing subject shapes his/her experience. It is a complex structure that includes cognition, emotions and values. The person's image of the world determines behaviour and it reflects on personal development and meaning acquisition. It can be viewed through the categories of the uncompleted being and destiny. The article discusses psychosemantic techniques of analysing the person's image of the world and describes experiments with hypnosis.