Monthly Archives: October 2013

Hatred and Forgiveness – Julia Kristeva

  Fatigue in the Feminine Analysis – Julia Kristeva p. 124 / 125 “The Freudian path is entirely different. By implicitly inviting his disciples to participate in constant, endless transference-countertransference, oedipal prime and oedipal two, inside and outside, men and … Continue reading

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Psychological Adaptive Mechanisms – Thomas P. Beresford 2012

Preface xv “When we do engage psychological adaptive mechanisms, however, the availability of compassion – that human attribute by which we share the feelings of others – now appears to me accessible to us only when active psychological adaptation occurs … Continue reading

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