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Atrocity allegations awaken archaic fantasies of degradation and loss that, if believed, provoke violent retaliation against the alleged perpetrators. Those archaic fantasies are that something terrible has occurred, a vicious attack on one's body or on one's mind or on one's beloved child. The...
The first mass school shooting in the modern history of the United States occurred at the University of Texas at Austin on August 1, 1966. A 25‐year‐old student, Charles Whitman, went on a rampage that ultimately left 16 dead and 31 injured. With no prior models for how to respond, public...
“Alexignosia” is a term that I introduce in order to describe a severe disruption in the desire for knowledge and the process of thought. Even though it often resembles a subject's defensive refusal to invest in objects of knowledge, in essence it hides a partial or total abolition of the...
The purpose of this article is to analyze the workplace experience of three groups of professionals at the Chilean National Service for Minors (Servicio Nacional de Menores, SENAME) through the study of the tensions and dilemmas they face in carrying out their roles. This public institution is...
The 2017 film Get Out by the African American director Jordan Peele has been widely reviewed by journalists, activists, and sociologists. To our knowledge, it has not yet been reviewed or commented on by psychoanalysts. We will discuss the film from the perspective of a White psychoanalyst and a...
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