a “higher” which spurns and repudiates the “lower,”

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SuprunP

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“Transcendence” unfortunately implies for some a “higher” which spurns and repudiates the “lower,” i.e again a false dichotomizing.
(Toward a Psychology of Being; Abraham H. Maslow)

Would you be so kind as to tell me whether it is the only possible combination of the articles here (we introduce a "higher", thereby implying that there are both the "higher" and the "lower", hence the subsequent use of the with "lower", which has already been implicity introduced).

Thanks.
 
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