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Psychology and the classics : a dialogue of disciplines

Author: Jeroen Lauwers; Jan Opsomer; Hedwig Schwall
Publisher: Berlin ; Boston, MA : Walter de Gruyter GmbH, [2018]
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"While Freud put ancient literature to profitable use, many classic scholars have not been so keen on using psychology. Gradually, though, this is changing: current psychological paradigms offer new approaches in the reading of the Classics, and classical ideas can still inspire reflections on therapeutic practice and the relation between body and mind. This book advocates the merits of marrying both disciplines  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeroen Lauwers; Jan Opsomer; Hedwig Schwall
ISBN: 9783110478518 311047851X
OCLC Number: 1048017293
Description: vi, 327 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Fundamentals for a cognitive semantics of Latin : image schemas and metaphor in the meaning of Roman animus-concept / William Short --
Odyssey 20 and cognitive science : a case study / Siobhan Privitera --
Bodies of knowledge : metaphor and mnemonic practice in ancient historiography / Jennifer J. Devereaux --
Feeling words : embodied metaphors in Seven against Thebes / Afroditi Angelopoulou --
The affective ancient theatre, a bio-cultural cognitive approach / Peter Meineck --
The sensed presence as an analytical tool in historical research / Gabriel Herman --
Transforming knowledge : using arts-based activity to explore classics and therapeutic practice / Alex Wardrop, Georgie Huntley and Silvie Kilgallon --
Learned helplessness, the structure of the Telemachy and Odysseus' return / Joel Christensen --
Anticipating audiences : Hesiod's works and days and cognitive psychology / Lilah Grace Canevaro --
Why does Orestes stay mad? / Marcia Dobson --
The elegiac revolution : Deleuze, desire, and Propertius' monobiblos / Kyle Khellaf --
Staging female selves in Sapphic poetry / Katerina Ladianou --
Developmental psychologies in the Roman world : empiricism or ideology? / Jacob Mackey --
Irony in Cicero's post-Reditum speeches / Luca Grillo --
Psychoanalysis and the rhetorical tradition : theory and technique / Paul Earlie --
Thucydides, Groupthink, and the Sicilian expedition fiasco / Aaron Turner --
Mystic initiation and the near-death experience / Richard Seaford --
Burton's Anatomy as classical, and present-day, mind science / Jennifer Radden --
The psychology of psychotherapy : ancient and modern perspectives / Christopher Gill.
Responsibility: edited by Jeroen Lauwers, Jan Opsomer and Hedwig Schwall.

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While Freud put ancient literature to profitable use, many classic scholars have not been so keen on using psychology. Gradually, though, this is changing: current psychological paradigms offer new  Read more...

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