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Modernity and the Upgrading of Psychological Reflectivity

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The societal dynamism of modernity results in the theoretical upgrading and the actual development of personal reflective capacities, for example abstract reasoning, Kantian morality, and the development of the idiocentered perspective. These capacities are created in the disembedding of prereflective capacities, for example context-sensitive intelligence, care-morality, and mundocenteredness. The reflective capacities become the prerequisite of further modernization. The development-potential offered by the demands of modernity is accompanied by a risk of assimilative stress, for example pseudological reasoning, varieties of postmodernism, making a fetish of the medium, and the forfeit of the morality of care.

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1995-01-01
2015-09-04

Affiliations: 1: University of Copenhagen

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