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  • To those obsessed with aesthetics, to those trapped Within the Context of No Context, the suggestion that they're not hip to a particular outlook or viewpoint (let's call it the Deep State, because the Turks have called it that for many years, and they dont have many bloggers denying the existence of Ergenekon or the Grey Wolves) can only be met with an aesthetic or psycho-analytic rebuttal.

    9/11 Truth and the Paranoid Style - Boing Boing

  • Interestingly, this is another "psycho-analytic" insight that Freud ascribes to

    Notes on 'Attached to Reading: Mary Shelley's Psychical Reality'

  • In the next passages of Wittgenstein's lectures he turns to a fairly detailed examination of the distinct charm, for some, of psycho-analytic explanation, and he interweaves this with the distinction between scientific-causal explanation of an action versus motive-based (or personally-generated) explanations of that action.

    Wittgenstein's Aesthetics

  • The rest of the article is spent offering psycho-analytic reasons for why so many people love The Searchers.

    Archive 2006-07-01

  • The rest of the article is spent offering psycho-analytic reasons for why so many people love The Searchers.

    Something Old, Nothing New

  • Psychoanalysis, furthermore, provides arguments against the truth of religious belief: "If the application of the psycho-analytic method makes it possible to find a new argument against the truths [sic] of religion, tant pis for religion ...." (p. 37).

    Warranted Christian Belief

  • Erikson, I said, reported that the Dora case was still (in 1962) being touted in psycho-analytic training as "the classical analysis of the structure and genesis of hysteriá."

    The Unknown Freud: An Exchange

  • The psycho-analytic rules devised by JUNG and FREUD.

    Punch, or the London Charivari, Vol. 158, 1920-03-20

  • The most intellectual persons read them, with condescension of course, but they read them, and why, if not because the psychological, the pedagogic, the psycho-analytic novels which alone their minds approve do not give them the satisfaction of this particular need?

    The Summing Up

  • * There is a wide field of "unconscious" phenomena which does not depend upon psycho-analytic theories.

    The Analysis of Mind

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