and Mate

“When we try to answer this question, we will be forced to abandon the Cartesian Theater and replace it with a new model.” Daniel Dennett Great is the power of steady misrepresentation. Charles Darwin “Charles Robert Darwin  (12 February 1809 – 19 April 1882)” “Whoever may still be sceptical whether knowledge of animal behaviour can help“and Mate” yazısının devamını oku

Magic immunity

“Janet Sayers’s brilliant Mothers of Psychoanalysis: ‘Helene Deutsch, Karen Homey, Anna Freud, Melanie Klein’ demonstrates the key role that four notable women played in the early history of psychoanalysis. As a group, they shifted the center of gravity of Freud’s work toward a mother-oriented psychology, which was in keeping with what someone like Ferenczi had“Magic immunity” yazısının devamını oku

Key component

"Grosskurth (1986) reported that when Klein presented "A Study of Envy and Gratitude" for the first time at the Geneva Conference in 1955, Winnicott, "stunned, held his head in his hands, muttering, 'Oh no, she can't do this!' " (p. 414)." "Grosskurth (1986) reported that when Klein presented "A Study of Envy and Gratitude" for“Key component” yazısının devamını oku

Mindfulness

"The tone of Lawrence’s books from the beginning is, however, suspicious of Freud. To underline this fact commentators are fond of quoting anti-Freud statements from the books: at the opening of Psychoanalysis Freud is ‘the psychiatric quack’ (F&P, 201)." *** I am not smart enough to know that I am dumb. I think I am“Mindfulness” yazısının devamını oku

skyclad tiyatro mu?

"Berkeley is generally regarded as the inventor of subjective idealism; that is, of the theory that the physical world exists only in the experiences minds have of it. This is one version of the doctrine that reality is wholly mental: the other version is pan-psychism (which is from the Greek, meaning 'everythingmind-ism')." *** "But Berkeley,“skyclad tiyatro mu?” yazısının devamını oku

Fars mı oynanıyor?

"Despite working tirelessly to establish a new nation founded upon principles of freedom and egalitarianism, Jefferson owned over 600 enslaved people during his lifetime, the most of any U.S. president." Recontruction of Ancient Egyptian philosopher Aristotle based on his bust. "There are no documents of Thomas Jefferson personally beating a slave, but such actions were uncommon for“Fars mı oynanıyor?” yazısının devamını oku

WHAT IS EMOTION?

“Emotion is a brain phenomenon that is vastly different from thought. It has its own neurochemical and physiological basis. Emotion is a unique language in which the brain speaks through the body. As discussed in Chapter 1, emotions are vital for survival and serve several necessary functions. But philosophers have not always held this view“WHAT IS EMOTION?” yazısının devamını oku

Sevgi Duvarı

This ambiguity, this split, is even more apparent when it comes to the problem of eroticism, in that, more than any other problem, the erotic seems to resist immediate definition, suspended as it is between the physical and the spiritual. Lou Salome – The Erotic This ambiguity, this split, is even more apparent when it“Sevgi Duvarı” yazısının devamını oku

Witchcraft

"A criticism that psychodrama seems unnatural." "He thought 'twas witchcraft–but I am much to blame; I humbly do beseech you of your pardon For too much loving you." What's wrong with thinking that it was witchcraft? 😄 “Let us say one of the friends, whom we will call A, had always taken the lead to“Witchcraft” yazısının devamını oku

Seasons don’t fear Gaia

How did Kohut become Mr Psychoanalysis? *** Camille Paglia said poststuctrualists are scientific illiterates, is she a neuroscientist to talk about neuroscience and language? I think she is a Freudian art teacher. *** “With his wild hair, hound-dog eyes and portly figure, Bloom was a living academic charicature. Reveling in his resemblance to the comic“Seasons don’t fear Gaia” yazısının devamını oku