The three paradoxes theory proposes a new paradigm on how the human mind would have formed through the evolution of our species. Naturally, it offers new leads on the formalisation of the psychoanalytic theory. Notably, the definition of the unconscious has to be enshrined in this conception of the mind's structure. That is what this… Lire la suite I – On the nature of the unconscious
Étiquette : language
Where the hand enters – Introduction : What is the self ?
Text in pdf : clémence ortega douville - where the hand enters - introduction - what is the self In the past articles, we spent much time presenting the theory of the three paradoxes and its consequences in various fields of investigation. Yet we did not fully answer to that question : what is the… Lire la suite Where the hand enters – Introduction : What is the self ?
VIII – First conclusion : the capacity to close the objects
Text in pdf : Clémence Ortega Douville - Hermeneulogy - VIII - First conclusion, the capacity to close the objects And find here the whole corpus of Hermeneulogy articles : Clémence Ortega Douville - Holes in the stream - Three paradoxes and Hermeneulogy (full) The three principles of relational attention to objects introduced the… Lire la suite VIII – First conclusion : the capacity to close the objects
VII – Holes in the stream
Text in pdf : Clémence Ortega Douville - Hermeneulogy - VII - Holes in the stream 'Je crois que c'est essentiellement la parole réduite à son trognon. Ce n'est ni lui, ni quelqu'un d'autre. Il est évidemment Le loup ! pour autant qu'il dit cette parole-là. Mais Le loup ! c'est n'importe quoi en tant… Lire la suite VII – Holes in the stream
I – First moment : causal associative chains
Text in pdf : Clémence Ortega Douville - Hermeneulogy - I - Causal associative chains We are now entering a new phase of our developments that would be the setting of the foundations and conceptual territory of Hermeneulogy. As precedently announced, this field would have for object a cross-disciplinary approach to the structures of the… Lire la suite I – First moment : causal associative chains