Selvrealiseringens konsekvenser - et projekt om individets vilkår for selvrealisering i det senmoderne samfund

Jeppe Zielinski Ajslev, Julie Regeser Kejlaa, Jeppe Møller, Drude Cecilie Thit Nielsen & Simon Brøndum Scheppan

Studenteropgave: Semesterprojekt


The individual in the late modern society is subjected to a normative demand of self realization. This self realization is obstructed by the post modern tendencies in the society, where otherwise objective matters like truth and values is subjected to constant doubt. The individual therefore loses perspective on the consequence of a given choice. It further comes to doubt its inner values, which is constantly contradicted as a consequence of the social saturation of the self. For the modernistic self this can possibly have social-pathological consequences and lead to a condition of constant doubt, guild, anxiety, relative autonomy, isolation and identity crisis for the individual human being.

UddannelserPsykologi, (Bachelor/kandidatuddannelse) Bachelor el. kandidat
Udgivelsesdato1 dec. 2007


  • anerkendelse
  • Rasmus Willig
  • recognition
  • option horizon
  • optioner
  • Axel Honneth
  • isolation
  • constructionism
  • postmodernisme,
  • : Self realization
  • marginalization
  • Kenneth Gergen
  • Holzkamp
  • marginalisering
  • det mættede selv
  • konstruktionisme
  • post modernism
  • Michael White
  • the saturated self
  • selvrealisering
  • Anthony Giddens