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Freud's Theory for Beginners: About Dreams, Psychosexual Stages, Id, Ego and Superego By Joy Renkins
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Sigmund Freud Popularized the Concept of Psycho Analysis. If you want to learn about his ideas, this book explains it all in simple language: • What is Freudian psychoanalysis? • Freud 5... More > psychosexual stages • The Id, The Ego And The Superego • What Christians Can Learn From Freud • Freud and Jung • What does Freud say about dreams? • The Top 5 Women's Dreams Analyzed • What Freud Got Right: Oedipus Complex • Freudian Slip • Psychodynamics • CBT and the Zeitgeist And much more. Enjoy!< Less
Speculations III By Michael Austin et al.
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Issue 3 of Speculations: A Journal in Speculative Realism, covering a wide range of topics (from the philosophy of religion to psychoanalysis, from the philosophy of science to gender studies),... More > formats (articles, interviews, position pieces, translations, and review essays) and authors (from well-published authors to the best among a new generation of philosophers). Contributors include: Benjamin Norris, Beatrice Marovich, Levi Bryant, Daniel Whistler, Daniel Colucciello Barber, Christopher Norris, Michael Haworth, Graham Harman, Louis Morelle, Christian Thorne, Peter Wolfendale, Fabio Gironi, Daniel Sacilotto, Dave Mesing, Maxwell Kennel, and Yuting Zou.< Less
Orchid Girl By Anna Christy
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Step into the mind of Anna, a young woman who breaks down in depression while studying at Oxford. Back with her mother in Brighton she embarks on a journey for meaning while visiting doctors and... More > therapists who all have different takes on how to cure her, while her drive to become a fashion model keeps her going despite body obsession and eating fixations. This is a story about navigating through a symbiotic child-parent relationship, coming to terms with beauty and the healing power of time and psychoanalysis. What does it matter to look good, if you don’t feel it? “I start seeing emptiness as a big colourless hole. I can either fill it with something or I can lose myself in a vacuum of depression. Maybe the only cure against falling in is filling.”< Less
REFLECTIONS: A guide for the sentimentally perplexed By Will Foreman
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Many of the difficulties we have in our personal relationships, both intimate and with our family and workmates stem from an inability to understand how we ourselves function and our resistance to... More > how our partner or friends reflect our personality back at us. Most of the time we would much prefer to ignore what they make us see and continue to blame them for our own deficiencies. Our lack of real identity forces us into seeking external gratifications of all sorts to palliate our own flaws, but is it really so difficult to find out who you really are? In Reflections, the aim is to discover how we can avoid the traps that our false beliefs may lead us into, those crazy notions picked up during our lives that tie us into emotional and sentimental knots. Through easily-digested references to anthropology, mythology, motorcycles and buying shoes, the book will lead you through the minefields of 20th century psychoanalysis and the excesses of Eastern mysticism.< Less
The Long Perspective By Patricia Gosling
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This book is an attempt to understand English society over the last seventy years, using a psychoanalytical perspective. It looks at the destabilising effect of war and other stresses, and the... More > subsequent social reaction to such events. It contains an acknowledgment of the basic biology of the human race, and a plea that our given attributes be respected, particularly in the field of child nurture. The author is a long-term Quaker. That spiritual perspective is a background throughout.< Less
receives the marks of every thing, understands and includes everything – except itself By max
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this book is = an exploration of body, identity and individuation as body/object. it deals with concepts or reconceptualisations of trauma, development, privilege, care, conditioning of the body,... More > whether the human or animal body, object-body, collective body. experience is reconceptualised as at once physical, metaphysical and universal, stretching and distorting concepts of self, body, community, experiential material or experiential objects. both reducing humanity to the level of the object or inanimate, and elevating the object/inanimate to the level of humanity, in order to subvert anthropocentric ontological violences. diminishing human contexts x problems or dehumanising them.< Less
The Philosophy of Mystery By Walter Cooper Dendy
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There was a shallop floating on the Wye, among the gray rocks and leafy woods of Chepstow. Within it were two fair girls reclining: the one blending the romantic wildness of a maid of Italy with the... More > exquisite purity of English nature; the other illuming, with the devotion of a vestal, the classic beauty of a Greek. There was a young and learned bachelor sitting at the helm. Study had stamped an air of thoughtfulness on his brow; yet a smile was ever playing on his lips, as his heart felt the truth and influence of the beautiful life around him. Listen, gentle reader, we pray thy courtesy and thy patience, as a rude unskilful pen traces the breathed thoughts of these wanderers of the Wye.< Less
Where The Owls Went By Timothy Kuklo
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Art Keamy just can't seem to catch a break. It's tough living in a world where people mistake you for axe murderers and your dead mom haunts your dreams. But none of this means a thing. To Art, life... More > is just a step away from the place no one has ever been, yet everyone waits for: Where The Owls Went. 131 pages, 20 full color. Published 2009. Authored and illustrated by Timothy Kuklo. Developed as an art therapy tool.< Less
Child Psychotherapy By Andreas Sofroniou
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In reading this book on Child Psychotherapy, the reader must take into consideration the influences attributed to childhood. Childhood is after all a very influential phase in the human life-cycle,... More > which stretches roughly from infancy to puberty or to the legal age of majority. Because children can be distinguished from adults by certain biological and cognitive characteristics, childhood is perceived as separate from adulthood, and the transition is normally accompanied by a significant change in social and legal status and marked by rites of passage and initiation. The social significance, experience, and duration of childhood are extremely variable, both historically and geographically. For example, before the 20th century, children in Europe generally worked alongside their extended family in factory, field, or mine. In many developing countries, children still work alongside their parents and young people marry and have children at an age when their coevals elsewhere are required to remain in school.< Less
CHILD PSYCHOTHERAPY By Andreas Sofroniou
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In reading this book on Child Psychotherapy, the reader must take into consideration the influences attributed to childhood. Childhood is after all a very influential phase in the human life-cycle,... More > which stretches roughly from infancy to puberty or to the legal age of majority. Because children can be distinguished from adults by certain biological and cognitive characteristics, childhood is perceived as separate from adulthood, and the transition is normally accompanied by a significant change in social and legal status and marked by rites of passage and initiation. The social significance, experience, and duration of childhood are extremely variable, both historically and geographically. For example, before the 20th century, children in Europe generally worked alongside their extended family in factory, field, or mine. In many developing countries, children still work alongside their parents, marry and have children at an age when their coevals elsewhere are required to remain in school.< Less

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