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Reveries of Well-being in the Shih-p'in: From Psychology to Ontology Louise Sundararajan Sundararajan, L. (1998). Reveries of well-being in the Shih- p'in: From psychology to ontology. In A-T.Tymieniecka Ed.),Analecta Husserliana (pp.57-70), Vol.LVI, Netherlands: Kluwer. According to Bachelard, poetic reverie is intimately connected with the state of well-being.
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