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The recent social constructionist and narrative approaches to subjectivity and psychotherapy tend to exclude psychoanalysis as essentialist and reductionist. This paper revisits psychoanalytic theory, and particularly Lacanian psychoanalysis, and discusses its relevance for a semiotic...
The past decade has seen growing interest in the use of functional brain imaging methods in research. The range of conditions and behaviours studied using these methods has also been expanding. These developments have changed the profile of subfields in both psychology and neuroscience. While...
For many years, social psychological research has tried to explain the social dynamics of intergroup conflict and individual and group differences in engagement in intergroup conflict. We argue here that, for this work to progress, a broader interpretation is required. Focusing on individual and...
Recently there have been several attempts to arrive at a more precise understanding of the relationship between Marxism and psychology. These have been notable in that they have been informed by Althusserian treatments of Marxism rather than orthodox Freudian or Lacanian themes. Such treatments,...
The paper discusses the flaws in the solutions proposed by philosophical positions of constructivism and naturalism of the mind–body and mind–reality problems to which Cartesian dualism gives rise. It is argued that subscribing—explicitly or implicitly—to the assumptions of these...
In our talk of meanings, we are used to thinking of them as working in terms of mental representations, and to thinking of such representations as passive objects of thought requiring interpretation in terms of shared rules, conventions or principles if their meaning is to be understood. Here,...
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