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Расширение я как психологический конструкт для исследования религиозных феноменов без опоры на религиозные представления


Я-концепция обычно рассматривается в контексте либо индивида, либо социума; иногда это понятие трактуется в биологическом, экологическом или временнjм аспекте. Каждая из этих позиций в отдельности дает определенные преимущества, однако этим подходам не хватает концептуального единства. Понятие «расширение Я» предоставляет возможность изучать Я-концепцию, выходя за пределы узкой индивидуалистической идентификации к более широким биологической, экологической и временной идентификациям и даже к чрезвычайно широким трансперсональным идентификациям. Это понятие представлено как интегрирующая схема, дающая целостное понимание Я-концепции, свободное от опоры на религиозные представления, но тем не менее позволяющее обращаться ко многим религиозным феноменам. В статье также дается обзор эмпирических исследований, посвященных понятию «расширение Я».

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