Posts for the “d. Assumed knowledge” category

To limit or not to limit: to be or not to be, that is the question

by Julia Evans on August 11, 2011

‘We risk justifying greed by suggesting that the things we want are potentially unlimited.[i] ‘ Giles Fraser Limits based in relationships or limits enforced top-down with rules and regulations to (…)

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The two laws, limits and position: a new post

by Julia Evans on July 10, 2011

Hello, This commentary, see below, revolutionised how I construct the workings of Absolute Power.  This form of power motors the Privy Council, Health Professions Council – HPC, Skills for Health (…)

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The distinction between Scientific knowledge and Subjective knowledge……. a new post

by Julia Evans on June 29, 2011

Hello, This article presented to a group working on Lacan’s ‘Science and Truth’ provoked me into an exploration of the different positions involved with relations to the two types of (…)

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Battle positions : Health and Social Care Bill January 19, 2011

by Julia Evans on February 1, 2011

The Government-defined battlefield of Wellbeing & (Mental) Health[1] Against the Government: the position of regx2 From its principles [2],  regx2 is interested in those who consult practitioners of ‘Psychological therapies’ as well (…)

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Psychotherapy is imposed: Psycho-analysis© works: Psychoanalysis operates

by Julia Evans on December 15, 2010

Psychotherapy is imposed: The UK Government legislates this imposition in the Health Professions Order 2001.  What the Order states:  The Health Professions Council and its Committees 3. – (1) There (…)

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Both the kings of old and the potentates of today prefer to create their own reality than to face the truth.

by Julia Evans on December 7, 2010

Both the kings of old and the potentates of today prefer to create their own reality than to face the truth. by John Kay, Quote from: Love the bearer of bad (…)

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Fit to Practice? The Experience of State Registration from the perspective of an art therapist

by Kevin Jones on October 9, 2009

Art therapy as a profession has never critically reflected upon the effects of state regulation on its teaching and practice. There is  no evidence that state regulation has improved either (…)

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Opposing the Section 60 Order which will make psychology a function of the state – as it was in Soviet Russia.

by Julia Evans on April 16, 2009

Letter of protest sent across both Houses of Parliament : Amended 6th November 2012 Julia Evans: Flat 1 (Basement Flat), 32 Nevern Square, Earl’s Court, London, SW5 9PE Web-site: www.LacanianWorks.net (…)

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Wellbeing & Happiness as used by the UK Government

by Julia Evans on May 7, 2007

Introduction   Wellbeing and happiness are two words, constructions, or concepts in use by Government in changing the practice of all health professionals. This paper has three sections: first it (…)

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How we inform the People : 14th March 2005 : Éric Laurent

by Julia Evans on March 14, 2005

Published in French by Agence Lacanienne de Presse: New Series no 36: 14 March 2005 Published in English in Lacanian Praxis: International Quarterly of Applied Psychoanalysis, No 1, May 2005 (…)

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