Posts for the “The unity of the Subject vs a process of human BEING” category

What works – tackling out-of-limits destruction and violence

by Julia Evans on August 14, 2011

Karyn McCluskey, director of Scotland’s Violence Reduction Unit which has radically curbed gang-related crime across Scotland, considers approaches to the aftermath both on Radio 4 Today programme – Monday 15th (…)

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Seminar XXII: Lacan in English

by Julia Evans on August 4, 2011

Hello, My reason for drawing your attention to this reference is that in this session of Seminar XXII, details of which are reproduced in the category: Lacan Seminar XXII, there (…)

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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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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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Who is in bed with whom (Part 2)? A call for your action.

by Julia Evans on December 2, 2010

Nice and cosey does it….  When you are getting in bed with each other! PS Please read the call to action at the end.  Thank you. The following is based (…)

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But these religious forms of technology exist alongside a willingness to recognise the limitations of human power and control, and the need to be receptive to something beyond ourselves.

by Julia Evans on November 15, 2010

from ‘ What philosophy tells us about the happiness index :  Thinkers from Bentham to Heidegger saw measuring happiness as more than just a box-ticking exercise’ by Clare Carlisle The Guardian, (…)

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That suggests that regulation may be part of the problem rather than part of the answer.

by Julia Evans on November 9, 2010

Quote from: Editorial, The Guardian, Tuesday November 9th 2010: The NHS Confederation has counted 698 auditing standards and 69 different auditing bodies. That suggests that regulation may be part of (…)

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“Mental illness isn’t abnormal,” she says. “It just exaggerates experiences that everybody goes through. Everybody has felt sad, been slightly hyperactive. Mental illness isn’t this separate world – it’s just a step beyond the normal world.”

by Julia Evans on October 6, 2010

Seaneen Molloy hopes the event (Warning: May Contain Nuts, a cabaret) will close the gap between those who have experienced mental illness and those who haven’t. “Mental illness isn’t abnormal,” she says. (…)

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Evaluation believes neither in the value of professional ethics nor in institutional regulations. It mistrusts what is human.

by Julia Evans on April 14, 2010

Quote from Jean-Claud Maleval (see below): Human activities have always been spontaneously evaluated, both by those who do the activities and those who use them. What is new in our (…)

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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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