Self and Others #2020

Self and Others By R.D. Laing Self and Others This work is available on its own or as part of the volume set Selected Works of R D Laing
  • Title: Self and Others
  • Author: R.D. Laing
  • ISBN: 9781199367730
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Self and Others By R.D. Laing This work is available on its own or as part of the 7 volume set Selected Works of R D Laing
    Self and Others By R.D. Laing Self and Others Self and Others Apr , Directed by Makoto Sat With Shigeo Gocho, Hidetoshi Nishijima. Self and Others Object Relations Theory in Practice by N Jul , Self and Others is addressed to students and practitioners of psychoanalysis and psychoanalytic psychotherapy Its chapters are divided into five evenly balanced parts The first rubric, Self, Others, and Ego, introduces us to the units of the intersubjective constitution we have come to know as object relations theory. Self and Others by R.D Laing Published on the heels of his first book, The Divided Self, Self and Others represents a continuation leading into Sanity, Madness and the Family, the most important of the three works Having read them, one after the other, I think of them together flag like Like see review Mar , Umar rated it The Self and Others Positioning Individuals Nov , The Self and Others Positioning Individuals and Groups in Personal, Political, and Cultural Contexts Self vs Others preference Changing minds With self oriented people, frame persuasions in terms of the threats and benefits to them as individuals Focus on the WIIFM factors What s In It For Me If they feel threatened by others, be conspiratorial and show how they can get things for themselves without others knowing. Self and Others in Adolescence Annual Review of Psychology Recent evidence from social neuroscience, however, does not support this notion of conflicting motives, suggesting instead that thinking about self and others relies on a common network of social affective brain regions, with the medial prefrontal cortex playing a central role in the integration of perspectives related to self and others. Other philosophy Re appraising self and other in the English translation of Oct , As a social practice, translation is also restrained from the maxims of politeness among other social norms Moreover, politeness finds itself in line with the distinction between self and others as politeness concerns a relationship between two participants who we may call self and other
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    1. R.D. Laing

      Ronald David Laing was a Scottish psychiatrist who wrote extensively on mental illness in particular, the subjective experience of psychosis Laing s views on the causes and treatment of serious mental dysfunction, greatly influenced by existential philosophy, ran counter to the psychiatric orthodoxy of the day by taking the expressed feelings of the individual patient or client as valid descriptions of lived experience rather than simply as symptoms of some separate or underlying disorder Laing was associated with the anti psychiatry movement although he rejected the label.

    503 thoughts on “Self and Others”

    1. Ten,academic but accessible, essays dealing with interpersonal experience and interpersonal action.The subjects considered relate to unconscious pretence,phantasy and the effects of collusion and disconfirmation in interpersonal relationships.Despite being written in the sixties it deals with timeless issues, and is an unsettling disclosure on the methods employed to combat ontological insecurity and the games we play with ourselves that sustain false selves through self betrayal.


    2. To me, this book reads like a collection of essays on related topics rather than a coherent whole introducing a theory of human behavior The topics are elusions, identity, collusions, attributions, phantasy, etc and are illustrated with some real stories as well as with fragments from Sartre, Genet and Dostoyevsky I am not sure that by reading Self and Others one can easily find an explanation of how people interact but instead one might become aware of many interesting questions.


    3. This is not a review I didn t rate this 5 star, implying relevance of Laing s conception of self and other in present day social sciences and or psy disciplines Laing s scholarship continues to fascinates me in the context of the social scientific debates of the 1960s and 1970s as well as the social movements of the time, implicating the psychiatric nosology, etc Laing should be acknowledged and his work further incorporated in social scientific syllabi I would have totally benefitted from Lain [...]


    4. First half was very hard read for someone who know little psychoanalyst terminology The book though became better and better and provoked quite a lot of though and interest in studying psychoanalysis deeper.


    5. In some aspects a typical product of the sixties, but still relevant I liked the insights on pretending and evasion.


    6. Published on the heels of his first book, The Divided Self, Self and Others represents a continuation leading into Sanity, Madness and the Family, the most important of the three works Having read them, one after the other, I think of them together.




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