Парадоксы достижения самотождества Я: герменевтическая модель
The paper presents results of studying paradoxes of self-identity of I as a new problem of psychology of personality. The study has been conducted in new format which is generally personological and integrats hermeneutical, theoretical and reflexive approaches. There was analysed process of achieving self-identity of I; defined and described specific paradoxes of self-identity of I; justified opportunities of internal dialog I — Other which is the condition to achieve self-identity and resolve its paradoxes; stressed reflexive dimension of the dialog and offered the model of reflexive and dialogical dynamics of self-identity of I in the aspect of personal qualities. Paradoxes of self-identity are understood as such a correlation of its binary oppositions in which every component is required for the existence of another, every component is equal to another and can exist in agreement with the other that will resolve the paradox. The correlations of the following oppositions were studied as the paradoxes of self-identity of I: self-existence of I; existence of I-in-relations; binary forms of I; I and Other; relations towards oneself and relations to the other; identification and unidentification of I with Self; I-in-dialog and I-beyond-dialog; reflexivity and non-reflexivity of I. The theoretical and hermeneutical method is used to discover conditions and nature of developing correlations of these oppositions. There is described a reflexive approach creating opportunities for productive resolution of paradoxes and updating of self-identity of I.