Anthropogenèse

Note on the middle ground

Complement to Seeking stability We compulsively and constantly try to create meaning so to gather a proper context for action. As our paradoxical state is undermining the adhesion of cognition to sensorimotricity, we might often lose our sense of coordination and orientation. When we take a speech, the content might be secondary. What we value… Lire la suite Note on the middle ground

Anthropogenèse

III – Stream of thought and intersubjective structure

The stream of thought is a rather constant phenomenon. We can deduce from that statement and from what we said earlier that it manifests an attempt to recreate a very specific situation that would permit a demanding social conduct to carry on. What we will be proposing here is that we can learn from the… Lire la suite III – Stream of thought and intersubjective structure

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II – Consequences on the theory and practice of psychoanalysis

This being said on the nature of the unconscious, what does it entail as to the theory and practice of psychoanalysis ? Let us be clear, it offers no easier way to tackle its issues. But it allows us to set the limits of a grounding topology, the difference between what you can prove and lean… Lire la suite II – Consequences on the theory and practice of psychoanalysis

Anthropogenèse

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 ?

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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