On Protosystem Thinking & Lowenfeld Projective Play Therapy

On Protosystem Thinking & Lowenfeld Projective Play Therapy

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    by Thérese Woodcock on work by Margaret Lowenfeld

    Before we come to consider Lowenfeld’s concept of Protosystem Thinking, it may be useful to consider the more general, idea of Human Thought and the whole question of Thinking.

    What do we mean when we say “that’s a clever thought”, “that’s an amusing thought”, “that’s not a thought, it’s a feeling” or when we talk about “musical ideas” or “artistic thought”? Are we referring to the same kind of process? Do we have a unified view about Thought and Thinking in general?

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