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List of Figures 1. The Structure of the Book I 17 2. Differences Between Realist and Non-Realist Positions I 22 3· The Agent- Structure Relation I 25 4· The D-D-L-S Model I 37 5· Connections Between Leontjev's Concepts I 74 6. Maslow's Depiction of the Relation Between Safety and Growth I 81 7· The Basic Forms of Anxiety I 86 8. The Ford and Nichols Taxonomy of Human Goals I 90 9· The Basic Forms of Joy of Life I 92 10. The Complex Motivational Basis of Man I 93 n. Freud's Structural Model I 95 12. Jung' s Structural Model of the Psyche I 97 13. The Motivational Antinomies of the Psyche I 100 14. Kernberg's and Brenner's View on the Basic Psychic Unit I 103 15. The Id I 108 16. The Superego I III 17. The Ego and Its Relation to the Id and the Superego I II2 18. The Psyche with an Ego of Average Strength I 126 19. The Psyche with a Strong Ego I 129 20. Connections Between Motivational Goals and Relationship Functions I 140 21. Connections Between Function of Structure, Motivational Goals and Opportunities I 141 22. Relations Between Micro, Meso and Macro Levels I 149 23. The Group and Its Relation to Other Systems I 151 12. A Model of Human Motivation for Sociology 24. Society and Its Relation to Other Systems I 154 25. The Main Argument of Chapter 5 I 156 26. Relation Between Results and Collective Psychological Defences I...
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