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  • Another group of functions that must be accorded a similar consideration are the dynamic or “hormic” func­tions from the Greek word “orme” meaning tendency or impulse.

    C. G. Jung and Psychosynthesis, by Roberto Assagioli

  • Desire has been included among these hormic activities, though desire is generally conceived in terms of only, or at least principally, its subjective aspect-desire as something one feels, an emotion one has.

    C. G. Jung and Psychosynthesis, by Roberto Assagioli

  • Aristotle is to be linked with any school in twentieth - century psychology the obvious one would be that of the “hormic” (purposive) psychology championed by

    BEHAVIORISM

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