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Psychoanalytic reflections on a changing world

Author: Halina Brunning
Publisher: London : Karnac, 2012.
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The main purpose of this book is to look at a range of ubiquitous phenomena that make up our daily lives and ask what can psychoanalytic thinking add to our existing understanding of these phenomena. Is there another layer below the obvious surface layer which could be explored further? And if so, can psychoanalytic light reflect upon and illuminate some of the new contours and shapes perhaps previously not fully  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Halina Brunning
ISBN: 9781855758865 1855758865
OCLC Number: 713191621
Description: xxx, 267 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Murderous mergers / Jinette de Gooijer --
Toxicity and the unconscious experience of the body at the employee-customer interface / Mark Stein --
Different organizations --
different burnouts / Mathias Lohmr --
Money as a phantastic object / Claudia Nagel --
With memory and desire: the function of the insurance industry in the world that we create / Matthieu Daum and Silvia Gollini --
Psychodynamic reflections on the fashion system / Anna König --
The twitter revolution: how the internet has changed us / Philip Boxer --
what are we celebrating in the celebrities / Richard Morgan-Jones --
The new unconscious: opening older perspectives on society / Kenneth Eisold --
Psychoanalysis of a cityscape: a case of post-traumatic stress disorder --
the city of Warsaw / Andrzej Leder --
Panic and pandemics: from fear of contagion to contagion of fear / Mario Perini --
Climate change and the apocalyptic imagination / Paul Hoggett --
The past and present as a mirror of the future / James Krantz.
Responsibility: edited by Halina Brunning.

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The main purpose of this book is to look at a range of ubiquitous phenomena that make up our daily lives and ask what can psychoanalytic thinking add to our existing understanding of these phenomena. Is there another layer below the obvious surface layer which could be explored further? And if so, can psychoanalytic light reflect upon and illuminate some of the new contours and shapes perhaps previously not fully seen or appreciated.

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