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Becoming Alive: Psychoanalysis and Vitality

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by Ryan LaMothe
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Becoming Alive: Psychoanalysis and Vitality by Ryan LaMothe

What does it mean to be and feel alive and real?
How do we become and be alive together?
Human beings are uniquely concerned with the question and marvel of what it means to feel alive and real, as well as the lifelong struggle of being alive together. Becoming Alive proffers a psychoanalytic theory of experiences of being alive, acknowledging that analyst and patient, indeed, each of us, are caught up in the larger drama and mystery of being alive. Focusing on the challenge in any psychoanalytic theory to demonstrate the relation between culture, community, and the individual, LaMothe's theory provides a bridge between the three, arguing that organizations of experiences of being alive are inextricably yoked to cultural stories, rituals, and practices. Enlivened by clinical illustrations and examples drawn from wider culture, Becoming Alive brings together psychoanalytic developmental perspectives, infant-parent research, semiotics, and philosophy in providing a comprehensive, lucid, and systematic description of subjective and intersubjective experiences of being alive.

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Ebook Details
Pages: 216
Size: 478 KB
Publisher: Routledge
Date published:   2005
ISBN: 2370005217733 (EPUB)

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