PRENATAL PERIOD OF LIFE AS A MATRIX FOR OUR LIVES AND OUR SOCIETIES - A CULTURAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL SPECULATION

Ludwig Janus
Schröderstr. 85, 69120 Heidelberg, Germany

Korespondenční autor: Ludwig Janus (Lujanus@AOL.com; janus.ludwig@gmail.com)

ISSN 1804-7181 (On-line)

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Submitted:24. 10. 2011
Published online: 15. 12. 2011

Summary

The personal historical significance of the prenatal and perinatal period has been researched and described at the individual level by prenatal psychology in many ways. The collective psychological significance of the prenatal and perinatal period has also been repeatedly reflected upon by individual prenatal psychologists without these thoughts receiving wider notice. The following contribution is therefore to gather together again important aspects of this topic, whereby “physiological premature birth”, typical of humans, receives special attention.

Keywords: prenatal psychology; psychohistory; history; culture

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