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Mutluluk, Ölüm ve Yaşamın Artakalanı

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Felsefeci ve psikanalist Jonathan Lear, iki ilgi alanını birleştiren şu soruyu inceliyor: "Psikanaliz, insan varoluşuna, etik yaşama dair anlayışımızda ne fark yaratır?" İnsanların bilinçdışı güdülenim ve fantazilerle yaşadıkları gerçeğini de hesaba katarak, daha insani bir etik geliştirmek üzere kullanabilir miyiz psikanalizi? Yıllar içinde uygulana uygulana yerleşen erde ...more
Paperback, 152 pages
Published 2006 by Metis Yayınları (first published 2000)
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These three lectures are essential reading for those interested in the irrational, perverse, and self-destructive capacities of the human animal. Lear furnishes thoughtful, overlapping readings of Plato, Aristotle, and Freud to reveal the ongoing relevance of psychoanalysis. Along the way, he offers a wealth of critical insights. (For example, he points out that Plato's Allegory of the Cave is a kind of elegy to Socrates; it explicitly states that the person who leads the cave-dwellers out of da ...more
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This book draws on Classical resources in order to use understandings of happiness and sadness as they are communicated through the ages. Plato figures in largely throughout the text, and accepting the majority of his views is necessary in order to keep yourself from pulling out your hair. If that is something you can do, then, by all means, take a peek through these pages. The author brings the argument into Kant and tests the waters with slightly more contemporary influences, but his associati ...more
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