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Author Goodman, David, 1980-

Title The Ethical Turn : Otherness and Subjectivity in Contemporary Psychoanalysis
Published Abingdon, UNKNOWN : Routledge, 2016
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Description 1 online resource (317)
Series Relational Perspectives Book Series
Relational perspectives book series.
Contents Introduction: ethics as first psychology -- Mutual vulnerability: an ethic of clinical practice -- Kissing disciplines : relational architecture -- Is ethics masochism? : or infinite ethical responsibility and finite human capacity -- Yale or jail : class struggles in neoliberal times -- Psychoanalysis in neoliberal times : a renewed dialogue with madness -- The complications of caring and the ethical turn in psychoanalysis -- "Screams and shouts" : trauma, uncertainty, and the ethical turn -- Can one be a Jew without Sartre? : Levinas, Jewish education, and the crisis of humanism -- A wandering Jew with or without Sartre : discussion of Claire Katz's can one still be a Jew without Sartre Levinas, Jewish education, and the crisis of humanism -- The witnessing gaze turned inward : my Jewish history as the forgotten other -- Gender and the Jew : the other within -- Trauma, Jews, and gender : how they are transmitted, imagined, and reconceived -- Beyond betrayal : on responsibility in Heidegger, Loewald, and Levinas -- Changing the subject by addressing the other : Mikhail Bakhtin and psychoanalytic therapy -- I got grand things in me and America won't let me give nothing : constructing and resisting a standard American identity -- Creativity and hospitality : negotiating who or what is known in psychoanalytic psychotherapy -- The disabled : the most othered others -- What fascinates : re-reading Winnicott reading Blanchot
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references at the end of each chapters and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Other (Philosophy)
Form Electronic book
ISBN 1138813273
1317605233 (ebk)
9781317605232 (ebk)