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Origins and ends of the mind : philosophical essays on psychoanalysis, edited by Christian Kerslake and Ray Brassier

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Origins and ends of the mind : philosophical essays on psychoanalysis
Title
Origins and ends of the mind
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philosophical essays on psychoanalysis
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edited by Christian Kerslake and Ray Brassier
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eng
Summary
Psychoanalysis claims that the individual human mind is structured by its childhood relationships with its parents. But the theory of attachment, evolutionary psychology and contemporary philosophy of mind have all recently re-introduced new dimensions of innateness into mental development and pathology. If attachment is an instinct, then what is the psychological status of the child''s relation to the mother? If the mind is in part a product of evolution, then how far down do the inhibitory mechanisms of the mind go? If the mind of the child is shaped by their encounter with a set of prohibit
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Figures of the unconscious
Series volume
7
Origins and ends of the mind : philosophical essays on psychoanalysis, edited by Christian Kerslake and Ray Brassier
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Origins and ends of the mind : philosophical essays on psychoanalysis, edited by Christian Kerslake and Ray Brassier
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http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2307/j.ctt9qdz7w
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Includes bibliographical references
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Contents
pt. 1. Origin and end : relation between psychic origins and psychic normativity -- pt. 2. Psychoanalysis and evolution -- pt. 3. Philosophy and the psychosexual subject
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