• Man is not only part of a field, but a part and member of his group. When people are together, as when they are at work, then the most unnatural behavior, which only appears in late stages or abnormal cases, would be to behave as separate Egos. Under normal circumstances they work in common, each a meaningfully functioning part of the whole.

    "The Individual Psychology of Alfred Adler" edited by Heinz L. Ansbacher, (p. 11), 1954.
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