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Depressive Love : a Social Pathology.

Autor: Emma Engdahl
Verlag: London : Taylor and Francis, 2018.
Serien: Classical and contemporary social theory.
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"Love and depression are key elements in the cultural script of emotions or affectual life within contemporary Western society, and the two have become intertwined to such an extent that it is informative to talk about depressive love. Indeed, the most common source of depression is intimate relationships, in which one partner is not recognised by the other as being in need or worthy of loving care. This book  Weiterlesen…
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Gattung/Form: Electronic books
Medienart: Dokument, Internetquelle
Dokumenttyp Internet-Ressource, Computerdatei
Alle Autoren: Emma Engdahl
ISBN: 9781315169033 1315169037
OCLC-Nummer: 1014383755
Beschreibung: 1 online resource : text file, PDF.
Inhalt: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Acknowledgements; Introduction; Depressive love as an ideal and capital; What questions need to be answered?; Methodological reflections; Disposition; Notes; PART 1: Talk of love in the shadowland of despair; 1. Talk of love in the shadowland of despair; Love as affirmation; The poetâ#x80;#x99;s sense of love; The existential loneliness; Love persists; Maybe love is not eternal, but exclusive after all?; A truncated love; The creativeness of infatuation; And everything shall be love or facing the vulnerability of the other. The victim and the executionerNote on the psychology of depression; Note; PART 2: The leap of love into the depressive sphere; 2. The leap of love into the depressive sphere; The logic of love; There are no free lunches; To sparkle like a tinder stick; From the art of love to telling the truth about sex; The rise of mental suffering; A shooting star; Love puts existence into play; The antique roots of depressive love; Melancholy brought me to life, but also killed me; The craze for love melancholy; Hamlet and Ofelia in one and the same person. The increased vulnerability in intimate relationshipsTo stay or leave; The ethical dimension of love; Notes; PART 3: A distorted love ideal; 3. A distorted love ideal; The disappearance of love; Philia, Eros and Agape; The achievement-subject; The broken structure of desire; Self-reduction as a distortion of the ideal of love; Self-silencing; Self-communication; What are the functions of depressive love in contemporary Western societies?; The precariat; Positive potency; Depression as the feeling of being insufficient; Note; Conclusion; References; Index.
Serientitel: Classical and contemporary social theory.

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"Love and depression are key elements in the cultural script of emotions or affectual life within contemporary Western society, and the two have become intertwined to such an extent that it is informative to talk about depressive love. Indeed, the most common source of depression is intimate relationships, in which one partner is not recognised by the other as being in need or worthy of loving care. This book addresses the question of how it is possible for opposite emotional experiences such as love and depression to appear simultaneously, empirically documenting the phenomenon of depressive love and its implications through studies of art, including music, literature and photography, and the experiences of everyday life, by way of interviews and the analysis of e-mail-, sms-, messenger-correspondence, and other new media spaces. Engaging with a range of sociological, psychoanalytic and philosophical theories of love, depression and emotion, including the work of Simmel, Alberoni, Barthes, Hochschild, Giddens, Luhmann, Beck and Beck-Gernsheim, Illouz, Bauman, Hegel, Honneth, Ehrenberg, Han, Lévinas, Sartre, Freud, Lacan, and Kristeva, to name but a few, the author examines the ways in which depressive love is expressed in modern society, asking whether it is a new phenomenon and confined to the West and if not, what is distinctive about depressive love and its associated (dys)functions in contemporary Western society. An empirically rich and theoretically broad study of depressive love as a sign of our times, this book will appeal to scholars and students of social theory and the sociology and philosophy of emotion and interpersonal relationships."--Provided by publisher.

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