Posts for the “regx2 circulation” category

The conflict comes when we separate ethics and economic progress and when we equate the latter with happiness: Desmond Tutu and Bettina Gronblom

by Julia Evans on April 4, 2012

From: Camels can pass through a needle’s eye: by Desmond Tutu and Bettina Gronblom: Financial Times: April 4th 2012: available here [] added: The conflict comes when we separate ethics (…)

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What escapes when regulation is used to address risk…

by Julia Evans on March 14, 2012

What is good for the goose (Financial Services) is good for the gander (services or treatments within the Government’s high-risk (mental) health industry).   At the bottom, there are some (…)

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Research which aims to understand and prevent adverse effects of psychological therapies – yes, really

by Julia Evans on March 8, 2012

Contents:  b) Comments on this misuse of research a) Information received – a description of research which is in progress. a) Comments on the misuse of research Over the years, there (…)

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It is now officially evidence-based: NHS will have to ration further treatments…

by Julia Evans on February 27, 2012

The evidence, as reported in The Guardian  [i], is :  ‘A representative survey of 821 GPs in England, commissioned by the Nuffield Trust health thinktank.’ The conclusion:  ‘The NHS is (…)

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Sadeian power, the UK Government……… & CON-sultations

by Julia Evans on February 3, 2012

Contents   1)  A further post to www.LacanianWorks.net : my response to a Government CON-sultation, assumptions & the concrete wall which protects the collaborators & excludes everyone else. 2)  How (…)

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Boundaries: 21st January 2012: Julia Evans

by Julia Evans on January 21, 2012

[Edited May 2nd 2012] So to continue: Last time, (November 2011) I was arguing for three forms of differentiation between individuals and groups following Freud’s question[i] of how they develop. (…)

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This pace of moral decision-making poses insuperable challenges to several ways of thinking about right and wrong…. Giles Fraser

by Julia Evans on January 20, 2012

Quotes from: ‘A regiment forms a moral soldier’ by Giles Fraser, Church Times. 20th January 2012 and available here.   My reason for interest in this article is the difference between (…)

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Three contexts or meanings within which the talking therapies are held……….

by Julia Evans on January 19, 2012

Hello,   My previous post giving details of the debate at the Institute of Psychiatry has, finally, got me posting one of my scribblings from the past. The following was (…)

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What’s new?: Clinical decisions within current paradigms: Two case studies: & Seminar X: Anxiety (or Dread) – a) references b) Kierkegaard

by Julia Evans on December 29, 2011

Hello,   1)  Clinical Decisions within current paradigms:   In the following reflection, Philippe traces some of the differences with the ‘scientific’ paradigms in use. This is the foundation for (…)

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The Importance of Being Scientific, an Earnest Reflection

by Philippe Grisar on December 8, 2011

Psychoanalysis is often refuted for not being scientific. Of course it isn’t scientific when one restricts science to neo-positivism. Neo-positivism is an epistemology, a theory of science. This stands for (…)

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