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In psychology, denial is an idea originating with the psychodynamic theories of Sigmund Freud. in keeping with Freud, 3 psychological dynamics, or motivating forces, effect human behaviour: the identification, ego, and superego. those 3 forces all have various targets (id, excitement; ego, fact; superego, morality) and constantly try for dominance, leading to inner clash.
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Heidegger is questioning the kind of reality of these a priori concepts that goes beyond such subjectivity. In place of what Heidegger construed as a Kantian vacillation between understanding of the a priori in either psychological or logical terms, Heidegger sought a phenomenological interpretation of this a priori through an understanding of the primordial structure of Dasein, literally, being-there or being-here. Dasein is, at least in Being and Time, a pre-subjective structure of experience of self that is prior to the dichotomy of subject and object.
It treads pathways beyond what is eased out of consideration in the chiselled construction of a conceptual edifice, where af fective aspects supporting value-judgments are occluded. It is more than simply being a negative limiting condition but is a starting point for a more primordial inquiry. This inquiry interrogates projection, not simply of random experiences, af fects or images but of a distinctive spatial structure. It is proposed that there is a fundamental projected spatial structure to be uncovered through the roots of empirical observation.
This spatial-relational understanding of the roots of empiricism is not antiempirical. The void can be integrated with empiricism through a spatial-phenomenological approach to engage with a more primordial understanding to which empiricism can contribute. Examination of texts of empirical observation is to uncover the aspects of the void in the heart 2 In a jurisprudential context, Hart’s (1961) positivism identifies a blind spot in legal argument and legal systems of authority as the ‘rule of recognition’, namely, that norm underlying other derivative norms, which itself is not subject to rational reconstruction in terms of legal rules but is rather mere convention.