Linked Glossary of Terms
(references to De Wijsbegeerte der Wetsidee, unless indicated)
|extravertive||Term used by C.G. Jung|
|extrovertive||Term used by W.T. Stace|
Jung refers to an outward movement
Stace refers to an outward-looking mysticism, one that finds unity in looking at the external world.
In both cases, there is a movement away from the center, what Dooyeweerd calls the “divergent direction” of consciousness (NC I, 57-58).
Baader refers to this movement away from the center as a centrifugal movement.