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The 5 Levels of the Feeling Function: a Phenomenological Description


The 5 Levels of the Feeling Function:

A Brief Phenomenological Description

© John Fudjack & Patricia Dinkelaker – November, 1995

As previously mentioned, it was Von Franz and later Quenk who provided Jungian personality theory with a rudimentary two-stage description of the feeling function. As significant precursors to a developmental model, we have given their work serious consideration, and have integrated it into the five level theory that we present here.

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