Anthropogenèse

III – The end of the subject

Text in pdf : Clémence Ortega Douville - Hermeneulogy - III - The end of the subject Let us consider the mind as a structure. This structure is made out of localities (points) and relations (lines). This is then a topological representation of the mind where the experiential memories are relating to each other through… Lire la suite III – The end of the subject

Anthropogenèse

II – From the most probable case to psychoanalysis

Text in pdf : Clémence Ortega Douville - Hermeneulogy - II - From the most probable case to psychoanalysis We exposed in an article called The most probable case what we considered being the most probable scenario for the constitution of the symbolical capacities in the evolution of the human species. As we are talking… Lire la suite II – From the most probable case to psychoanalysis

Anthropogenèse

The most probable case : the hand paradox and gravity in being human

Text in pdf : Clémence Ortega Douville - The most probable case Before to begin, we always wonder how the hands are going to take over our decision to do things. What we will start with. How we would be able to go uninterrupted. As well, as it is to pose the question of our… Lire la suite The most probable case : the hand paradox and gravity in being human

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Three paradoxes theory : Introduction

Text in pdf : Clémence Ortega Douville - Three paradoxes theory - Introduction   There is a beautiful idea developed by psychiatrist Ian McGilchrist in his book The Master and his Emissary that in the brain, the difference between left and right hemisphere would exist, but not in the current popular version of an opposition… Lire la suite Three paradoxes theory : Introduction

Anthropogenèse

IV – The unbreakable objects and the empty hands

Text in pdf : Clémence Ortega Douville - The place the hands can't seek - IV - The unbreakable objects   'Lorsqu'il découvre les travaux des éthologistes, [John] Bowlby est à la recherche d'une théorie capable d'expliquer les observations cliniques qu'il a rassemblées en quinze ans de travail à la Tavistock Clinic de Londres. [...] le… Lire la suite IV – The unbreakable objects and the empty hands