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The Failed Assassination of Psychoanalysis: The Rise and Fall of Cognitivism by Agnes Aflalo
2015 | ISBN: 1782201645 | English | 192 pages | PDF | 0.9 MB
The Failed Assassination of Psychoanalysis The Rise and Fall of Cognitivism
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Evaluation and cognitive-behavioral scientism, which have been progressively infiltrating different forms of knowledge with destructive effect, undoubtedly have played a role in the enactment of recent laws that were intended to regulate the exercise of psychotherapies, even at the cost of the disappearance of psychoanalysis itself. And then, the International Psychoanalytical Association, despite having been founded by Freud to protect his invention, started to endorse the forced cognitivization of psychoanalysis. Meanwhile, psychiatry slid back into its nineteenth century hygienic obscurantism and its new recruit, epidemiology, began playing host to racialist discourses.
However, the more evaluation steps up the commodification of knowledges and reinforces contemporary discontent, the more psychoanalysis in the Lacanian orientation demonstrates its public benefit. As Agnes Aflalo shows here with great clarity, this form of psychoanalysis is the only one to welcome the singularity of those who desire to find their way in the opacity of their symptoms.
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