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Are young people from Huelva racists? A five schools case study
In just two decades, the city of Huelva and its agro-industry belt has gone from being mainly farming spaces to become cities completely urbanized. Among other consequences, this population boom is due to the increase of the immigrant population, mostly from Europe’s East, North Africa and Latin Ame...
Dermographies: poetics of relations. Between language and matter in Joanna Mueller’s poetry
Skin, the external boundary of the human body, has been up to now an undiscovered field in postuhman studies. Even though the brilliant work of Frantz Fanon, Black Skin, White Masks, redefined the meaning of skin in the context of race, never has anybody truly used the potential of metaphors connect...
Awiglance Violence of erasure and murder of the language
`titrebBeing Blind`/titreb Otherness lies at the heart of language, and most particularly in an intimacy which can only be experienced within the mother tongue. This intimacy is also a constitutive part of otherness in that it resists translation and forms a nodal point of strangeness, which can nei...
Ordinary discrimination/positive discrimination: What is the place for the difference?
`titrebOrdinary discrimination / Positive discrimination : what place left for the difference ?`/titrebOrdinary discrimination is a result of confining someone in a double bind : he must be « normal » without being in a position to satisfy that injunction. Discrimination has two principal origins :...
The view of the otherness in Una excursión a los indios ranqueles, by Lucio V. Mansilla
In this article we will try to tackle how the Argentinean identity has beenbuilt-up, since the end of the 19th century, by the denial of the «otherness». This observation will be made by analyzing Lucio Mansilla’s book Una excursión a los indios ranqueles. We will also make inquiries on the violence...
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Parental narcissism in relation to the child’s disability
In order to continue living and raising their child when he has`np pagenum="548"/b been discovered to have a handicap, parents are forced to develop an intense psychic work effort. In their imagination, they often envision another child, a sort of parallel child, a composite set of idealized element...
Is the denial of pregnancy a denial?
`titrebIs pregnancy denial a denial ?`/titrebA terminological misunderstanding around the confusion of denial of pregnancy, and the denial of schizophrenic existence reflects a certain cacophony during high-profile trials like the Véronique Courjault trial. From Racamier, the denial of pregnancy is...
Superego and superego’s fate of the mentally handicapped child’s mother
The clinical experience concerning the mentally handicapped child is a very complex one. The defences that the families, and in particular the mothers, set up in order to cope with the suffering created by the handicap make the transferential relationships really hard to establish. The principal obs...
Recognition and lack of awareness in intersubjective links: An introduction
`titrebSummary`/titrebAfter having released the various anthropological meanings of the recognition, the author outlines a psychoanalytical building of this concept. The recognition is a differed action, an exit of repression ; it is also a meeting again of a lost object. It is opposed to the no rec...
The partnership against interference? How, under the guise of partnership, the denial of what makes the other another reiterates in the unthinks of international solidarity
`titreb Partnership against otherness ? `/titreb The paper inquires into the meaning of partnership in the field of international cooperation, in particular at grass roots level. In the wake of an in-depth investigation of five widespread shortcomings, the author rigorously clarifies this blurred an...
Behavior disorders : a cultural disease which makes symptom in the social link and questions the School.
The "behaviour disorders" topic is a triple perspective subject, with social, legal and clinical approaches, that necessarily interrogate the concepts of norms (social, legal, of health) and normality. In order to limit usual considerations on the biological determinisms in the etiology of behaviour...
Uniformity versus Singularity: What autonomy for the school?
What are the contradictions which the sociological unit of the school needs to face in the context of an institutional plan of equal opportunities ? The clinical analysis of an intervention of socio-psychological orientation in a secondary school has led us to examine a few collective representation...
Heated from ballasting? Strategies to “suppress” religious intimacy in the New World’s robbery
In this article I present some basic modes of “domestication” of the religious otherness – “idolatrous” polytheism, in this case – in the conquest of the New World. Selected examples: Cortés, Bernal Díaz del Castillo, José de Acosta and Bartolomé de Las Casas, were used in order to determine the key...
Crime or ravaging
`titrebVerbrechen oder Entzücken`/titrebAusgehend von der Etymologie gehen die Autoren dem Verbrechen nach, das die Verleugnung von Trennung anvisiert. Es kann bei einigen Personen als die letzte Versuchung betrachtet werden, mittels einer gewissen Entdifferenzierung zwischen der inneren und der äuß...
Experimental and critical lexicometric study of the expression of national identity in the political discourse in Côte d’Ivoire. Contrastive analysis of its variations and circulation by three political speakers (Gbagbo, Bédié, Ouattara)
This thesis is an experimental lexicometric analysis of the concept of national identity in political discourse. We mean by identity discourse, the discourses of otherness that encourages openness to a community or a withdrawal into a group, presented or perceived as a strong fortress in which subje...
Intersubjectivity, memory and recognition. Intercultural perspectives of ethics and the environment
In this paper, we want to explore some results of an intercultural perspective of the environment in the context of a history of denial of visions and practices of the living communities. We will focus the topics of environment and ethics resulting from some themes derived from Levinas’ philosophy....
Dialogo Ergo Sum: from a Reflexive Ontology to a Relational Ontology
Knowledge is a dialogue with the world, in countless ways: art, technology, cataloguing, exploration are ultimately forms of dialogue. We learn through dreams, hallucinations, alterations of consciousness, rational focusing, motivational conjugation or emotional marking, immersion in our Umwelt or d...
DIFFERENT RACISMS. MEETINGS WITH AFRO-BRAZILIAN AND AFRO-MEXICAN GIRLS AND BOYS. DESCOLONISING Conceptual Approaches
The objective of this work is to generate a methodological procedure for the analytical problematization of the implications of the knowledge of the relationship between childhood and racism in the field of childhood studies in Latin America, many of which reveal processes of discrimination originat...
Indifference: the “Beyond” of Hate
`titrebDie Indifferenz: das « Jenseits » des Hasses`/titrebVom Entwurf an spricht Freud von einer « Zone der Indifferenz – wischen Lust und Unlust », auf die er im ersten Kapitel von « Jenseits des Lustprinzips » wieder zurückkommt. Die Indifferenz gibt das Niveau Null des Nirwanaprinzips, eine Mani...
Adolescence recluse and denial of alteration: the Hikikomori phenomenon
Hikikomori refers to a syndrome of voluntary claustration among some adolescents. It was first described in Japan. The social approach (primary syndrome) is very contingent on a psychopathological dialectic (secondary syndrome). It would represent a new societal idiom translating a suffering about t...
Some remarks on denial of pregnancy
`titrebRecent Court cases questioned the status of the denial of pregnancy`/titrebMedia stressed the discrepancies between Court experts, situation largely due to a misunderstood terminology. Provided the schizophrenic denial of existence and the denial of certain attributes of the object (Racamier)...
New York, September 11th, 2001 : novelistic response to the shock
The attacks of September 11th, 2001 on the American soil had an undeniable impact in the political, religious and social fields of this new century, but also in the cultural one. They put to the test the very foundations of what is known as “americanism”, an ideology born with the United States and...
The Contemporary Body and the Problem of Anorexia Nevrosa
This article aims to establish a correspondence between the dominant position the body assumes both in today’s culture and in the current psychoanalytical clinic, and the growing incidence of anorexia that has taken shape over recent decades. First, some important facts are presented to indicate the...
ENRIQUE DUSSEL: ´DÓNDE QUEDÓ LA FILOSOFÍA LATINOAMERICANA?
Estos cuatro pilares: la histórica, la metafísica de la alteridad, la práctica, y la poiética alterativa estarán sustentados a partir del método analéctico2 , que conjeturará sobre la superación de lo crítico, e igual que el método dialéctico, el cual, no lo anula sino que lo complementa como dijo a...
Incest, paedophilia and denial of life: a child is attracted/destroyed
`titrebSummary`/titrebFrom a clinic case, the author suggests to articulate a mother-son link with the future paedophile psychopathology of this child became an adult. These two situations imply that a child is invested as an erotic object, contributing to the lack of located places within generatio...