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BBC Radio 4 - Last Word, An archaeologist, a psychoanalyst, a former Lord Advocate, a writer and an aboriginal singer

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Matthew Bannister on Mick Aston, Betty Joseph, Lord Fraser of Carmyllie, Michael Baigent.

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Kevin Friery's curator insight, July 1, 2013 7:02 AM

Insighful and compassionate obituary for Betty Joseph, a leading psychoanalyst

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The enduring legacy of Freud - Anna Freud

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The legacy of Sigmund Freud - the founder of psychoanalysis is well known. But perhaps less known is the impact his daughter Anna had, and continues to have, on child psychoanalysis.

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Kevin Friery's curator insight, September 8, 2013 12:47 AM

By the time of her death in 1982, Anna Freud's work had revolutionised how we treat children in many walks of life, such as in hospital - with longer visiting hours when children are having treatment - and in the judicial system, where screens and video cameras are used when children have to give evidence.

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Psychoanalysis, Culture and Society - Abstract of article: Twitter and the personalization of politics

Psychoanalysis, Culture & Society critically addresses the intersection between psychoanalysis and the social world and explores the roles psychoanalysis might play in bringing about social justice and progressive social change.

 

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Review by Christian Perring - Metapsychology

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Review by Christian Perring Metapsychology His basic approach is to focus on the methods and some of the main ideas of psychoanalysis and to show how there are similarities with Buddhist teachings, and further, how those Buddhist ideas can help and...
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From language games to mysticism - Allan Watts and Wittgenstein's Tractatus

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This article explores Wittgenstein’s Tractatus as a mystical, metaphysical insight in the light of Eastern philosophy, Catholic mysticism and C. G Jung. Please be gentle and read this as an (intuitive) essay not as a scholarly article. There are methodological implications of Wittgenstein’s doctrine of silence for transcendental philosophy, Zen Buddhism, psychoanalysis and metaphysics. Or there is a line from Lao-Tse to Wittgenstein, connected by Jung and Watts.

 

 


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Slavoj Žižek – Why Psychoanalysis is more important than ever

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RT @simongros: Slavoj Žižek - Why Psychoanalysis is more important than ever http://t.co/abXYBVoI...

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International Psychoanalysis » Blog Archive » A Power Structure ...

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UnFreeAssociations. by N. Szajnberg, MD, Managing Editor. Jimmy Fisher, a cultural historian and psychoanalyst based in L.A reviews Kirsner's book, tititled “Unfree Associations” and subtitled “Inside Psychoanalytic ...
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Freud inspired art exhibition opens

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Psychoanalyst Sigmund Freud's love of seaside resort Blackpool inspires an art exhibition in the resort.

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Time to Write? Go Outside - New York Times (blog)

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Time to Write? Go Outside
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Fall promises crisp days with ample sunlight, a lifting of the humidity and ideal temperatures for being outdoors. This also means my writing will be getting better.

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Christianity and Psychoanalysis | Clarissa's Blog

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"Freud created psychoanalysis to liberate his contemporaries from two oppressive forces: the practice of psychiatry and the practice of Christianity," I say. "Take for instance the enjoinment to honor thy father and mother.
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Conditions of Possibility: Hägglund, Žižek & Johnston

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“As part of the series Critical Theory Today, eminent theorist Slavoj Žižek joins Martin Hägglund and Adrian Johnston in a discussion about “Conditions of Possibility,” with respect to philosophy, literary theory, religion, and psychoanalysis. Drawing on such diverse and archetypal figures as Kant, Hegel, Freud, Derrida, and Lacan, the panel will explore the notion of philosophical critique and its transformation in contemporary theory.”


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Hegel on the Unconscious Abyss: Implications for Psychoanalysis.

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In all his works, Hegel makes very few references to the unconscious. In fact, his account is limited to only a few passages in the Phenomenology and the Encyclopaedia of the Philosophical Sciences. While Hegel did not explicitly develop a formal theory of the unconscious, nor include it as a cardinal element of his anthropology or psychology, he certainly did not ignore the issue. From the Encyclopaedia, as outlined in Petry's (1978) presentation of Hegel's Philosophy of Subjective Spirit,(1) Hegel describes the unconscious processes of intelligence as a "nightlike abyss." It is important to understand what Hegel means by this nocturnal "abyss" in relation to subjective spirit. Despite a few noteworthy exceptions centering on Hegel's theory of mental illness,(2) Hegel's treatment of the unconscious has been largely overlooked. In this essay, therefore, I will explore Hegel's treatment of the abyss in mental life and explain how this constitutes a position on the unconscious.


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Mark Winborn's curator insight, November 16, 2014 1:09 PM

A blend of philosophy and psychoanalysis by Jon Mills.

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Rethinking and reconstructing psychoanalysis - The Age

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Rethinking and reconstructing psychoanalysis The Age Justin Clemens' Psychoanalysis is an Antiphilosophy is a fascinating journey into the emergence and convergence of the discourses of psychoanalysis and philosophy, and analyses how their identity...
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Hitting on Infinity: Mari Ruti’s “The Singularity of Being” -

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Mari Ruti’s "The Singularity of Being" focuses on what makes human life as we know it profoundly unintelligible, overwhelming, and strange.
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