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2.1 All published English materials (HTML).

2.2 Download (PDF).

▣ 2.1 All published English materials as HTML files optimized for viewing on cell phones.

 These materials represent the major English works of Kazimierz Dąbrowski. They have been scanned with OCR from the original materials. These files are fully searchable, although, due to the original font’s nature, the OCR may not be 100% accurate when copied and pasted. I am providing these links for free download on the understanding that they are to be used only by the downloader for educational purposes and will not be subsequently reproduced or disseminated in any form.

⧈ 2.1.1 Cienin, Paul (Pseudonym) (1972a). Existential thoughts and aphorisms. Gryf Publications.

⧈ 2.1.2 Cienin, Pawel (Pseudonym) (1972b). Fragments from the diary of a madman. Gryf Publications.

⧈ 2.1.3 Dąbrowski, Casimir (1937). Psychological basis of self mutilation. (W. Thau, Trans.) Genetic Psychology Monographs, 19, 1-104.

⧈ 2.1.4 Dąbrowski, K. (1964).  Positive disintegration. Little Brown & Co.

⧈ 2.1.5 Dąbrowski, K. (1967). Personality-shaping through positive disintegration. Little Brown & Co.

⧈ 2.1.6 Dąbrowski, K., with Kawczak, A., & Piechowski, M. M. (1970). Mental growth through positive disintegration. London: Gryf Publications.

⧈ 2.1.7 Dąbrowski, K., & Joshi, P. (1972). Different contemporary conceptions of mental health. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 4(2), 97-106. https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02111975

⧈ 2.1.8 Dąbrowski, K. (1972). Psychoneurosis is not an illness. Gryf Publications.

⧈ 2.1.9 Dąbrowski, K., with Kawczak, A., & Sochanska, J. (1973). The dynamics of concepts. Gryf Publications.

⧈ 2.1.10 Dąbrowski, K. (1976). On the philosophy of development through positive disintegration and secondary integration. Dialectics and Humanism, 3-4, 131-144. https://doi.org/10.5840/dialecticshumanism197633/413

⧈ 2.1.11 Dąbrowski, K. (1979). Nothing can be changed here. (E. Mazurkiewicz, Trans.), Peter Rolland (Ed.). (Privately Printed). A play.
Note: Due to the complex text, OCR did not work well enough to create an HTML file, therefore this text is presented here in its entirety as a PDF.

⧈ 2.1.12 Dąbrowski, K. (1996). Multilevelness of emotional and instinctive functions. Part 1: Theory and description of levels of behavior. Towarzystwo Naukowe Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego.
Note: this file contains all of part one and the first four chapters of part two. Due to the many tables and complex text, OCR did not work well enough to create an HTML file, therefore part two is presented in its entirety as a PDF – see 2.1.13.

⧈ 2.1.13 Dąbrowski, K. & Piechowski, M. M. (with Marlene [Rankel] and Dexter R. Amend) (1996). Multilevelness of emotional and instinctive functions. Part 2: Types and Levels of Development. Lublin, Poland: Towarzystwo Naukowe Katolickiego Uniwersytetu Lubelskiego.

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This digital download presents the PDF files of all of Dabrowski's published works that are available in English, Polish, and French. It presents over a thousand related articles and books on the theory. Finally, it presents other associated materials, for example, relating to the conferences, photographs, etc. The download is free.

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