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Psychoanalytic theories of personality tend to emphasize primal, unconscious drives. By contrast, humanistic theories favor existential, deliberate choices. In the former, the personality is an innate, biological, and hence deterministic structure (i.e., essence precedes existence). In the latter, personality is situated at the level of meaning and conscious will (i.e., existence precedes essence).

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