Knowing Not Knowing And Jouissance

Author: Raul Moncayo
Editor: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 9783319940021
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This book explores the practice and transmission of Lacanian and Freudian theory. It discusses the pure versus applied analysis of Lacanian and Freudian theory in practice; and the hierarchical versus circular transmissions within psychoanalytic organizations. Underpinned by extensive practical knowledge of the clinic, this work examines the differences between Freud and Lacan in their understanding of the subject and the unconscious and pushes them in new directions. The book also offers an analysis and commentary of several key Lacanian texts including an accessible study of the notoriously challenging text L'etourdit. Offering both divergent and reinforcing takes on Lacan, the author explores the traits that separate out the psychoanalyst from other twentieth-century thinkers and theorists. This book offers a clear clinical picture of where Lacanian psychoanalysis is today, both in the US and internationally.

The Book Of Not Knowing

Author: Peter Ralston
Editor: North Atlantic Books
ISBN: 1556438575
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A martial artist and author of Zen Body-Being explains how to master self-awareness through the practice of becoming comfortable with not knowing and breaking free from old habits, cherished presumptions, and a stubbornly solid sense of self. Original.

On Knowing And Not Knowing In The Anthropology Of Medicine

Author: Roland Littlewood
Editor: Left Coast Press
ISBN: 1598742752
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This provocative volume considers the theoretical, methodological, and ethnographic implications of the fact that medical knowledge is frequently dynamic, incoherent, and contradictory, and that and our understanding of it is necessarily incomplete and partial

Nonsense

Author: Jamie Holmes
Editor: Crown
ISBN: 038534838X
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An illuminating look at the surprising upside of ambiguity—and how, properly harnessed, it can inspire learning, creativity, even empathy Life today feels more overwhelming and chaotic than ever. Whether it’s a confounding work problem or a faltering relationship or an unclear medical diagnosis, we face constant uncertainty. And we’re continually bombarded with information, much of it contradictory. Managing ambiguity—in our jobs, our relationships, and daily lives—is quickly becoming an essential skill. Yet most of us don’t know where to begin. As Jamie Holmes shows in Nonsense, being confused is unpleasant, so we tend to shutter our minds as we grasp for meaning and stability, especially in stressful circumstances. We’re hard-wired to resolve contradictions quickly and extinguish anomalies. This can be useful, of course. When a tiger is chasing you, you can’t be indecisive. But as Nonsense reveals, our need for closure has its own dangers. It makes us stick to our first answer, which is not always the best, and it makes us search for meaning in the wrong places. When we latch onto fast and easy truths, we lose a vital opportunity to learn something new, solve a hard problem, or see the world from another perspective. In other words, confusion—that uncomfortable mental place—has a hidden upside. We just need to know how to use it. This lively and original book points the way. Over the last few years, new insights from social psychology and cognitive science have deepened our understanding of the role of ambiguity in our lives and Holmes brings this research together for the first time, showing how we can use uncertainty to our advantage. Filled with illuminating stories—from spy games and doomsday cults to Absolut Vodka’s ad campaign and the creation of Mad Libs—Nonsense promises to transform the way we conduct business, educate our children, and make decisions. In an increasingly unpredictable, complex world, it turns out that what matters most isn’t IQ, willpower, or confidence in what we know. It’s how we deal with what we don’t understand.

Knowing And Not Knowing In Intimate Relationships

Author: Paul C. Rosenblatt
Editor: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 1107041325
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A comprehensive exploration of knowing and not knowing, being known and not known in intimate relationships.

The Wisdom Of Not Knowing

Author: Estelle Frankel
Editor: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 0834840774
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Indie Book Awards Winner: A deeply affirming exploration of the unknown—the challenges, the possibilities, and how to navigate uncertainty without fear For most of us, the unknown is both friend and foe. At times, it can be a source of paralyzing fear and uncertainty. At other times, it can be a starting point for transformation, creativity, and growth. The unknown is a deep current that runs throughout all religions and mystical traditions, plays an important role in contemporary psychotheraputic thought and practice, and is essential to personal growth and healing. In The Wisdom of Not Knowing, psychotherapist Estelle Frankel shows us that our psychological, emotional, and spiritual health is radically influenced by how comfortable we are with navigating the unknown and uncertain dimensions of our lives. Drawing on insights from Kabbalah, depth psychology, Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, and ancient myth, Frankel explores how we can grow our souls by tapping into the wisdom of not knowing. She also includes case studies of individuals who have grappled with fears of the unknown and, as a result, come out wiser, stronger, and more resilient. Each chapter includes experiential exercises and meditations for befriending the unknown, conveying how embracing a state of "not knowing" is the key to gaining new knowledge, learning to bear uncertainty, and enjoying a healthy sense of adventure and curiosity.

Not Knowing Whither

Author: Oswald Chambers
Editor: Our Daily Bread Publishing
ISBN: 1627074392
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God’s friend—that’s what the book of James calls Abraham, the father of the Israelite nation. Friendships take time, trust, and sacrifice, and in this insightful study Oswald Chambers examines each step of Abraham’s faith-journey toward intimate friendship with his creator. Chambers shows us how this great pioneer of faith reacted to God’s call, the claims of companions, clashing circumstances, and the terrific cost of God’s friendship. Not Knowing Whither asks Christians today to look each faith challenge in the eye—to face the unknown—and pursue friendship with God.

On Not Knowing

Author: Elizabeth Fisher
Editor: Black Dog Pub Limited
ISBN: 9781908966292
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This title brings together contemporary artists and thinkers form a range of disciplines to explore the role of 'not knowing' within the creative process. The state of 'not knowing' or engaging with the unknown is an important aspect of all research. For artists it is crucial, as the making process often balances a strong sense of direction with a more playful or meditative state of exploration and experimentation.

Not Knowing

Author: Steven D'Souza
Editor: Lid Pub Incorporated
ISBN: 9781907794483
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In order to thrive in these worrying times, this fascinating book proposes we head, uncomfortably, towards the unknown, rather than away from it. By developing a unique relationship with Not Knowing we discover a new way of living, working and succeeding in our modern world. This book re-frames the concept of Not Knowing, from being in a fearful place of weakness and ignorance, moving to something we must engage with personally. It introduces us to a new paradigm, where Not Knowing becomes an exciting opportunity, where we are no longer limited by what we already know and our habitual reactions to things that life throws at us, so that deeper knowing can emerge, full of rich possibilities and wisdom. Learn: Why your hard-won knowledge may be holding you back. How to recognise when you are entering your real learning zone. Lessons from people who thrive in the unknown. Powerful ideas that will help you experience joy and possibility, rather than uncertainty and worry. [http://www.amazon.co.uk/].

The Edge Of Not Knowing

Author: Mark Shimada
Editor: Lulu.com
ISBN: 184728003X
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The Social Basis Of Health And Healing In Africa

Author: Steven Feierman
Editor: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520066816
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These essays are an account of disease, health and healing practices on the African continent. The contributors all emphasize the social conditions linked to ill health and the development of local healing traditions, from Morocco to South Africa and from the precolonial era to the present.

Open And Innocent

Author: Scott Morrison
Editor: 21st Century Renaissance
ISBN: 9781882496006
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The Silent Question

Author: Toni Packer
Editor: Shambhala Publications
ISBN: 9781590304105
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Toni Packer is a former Zen teacher known for her clarity, her simplicity, and for her spiritual independence. Influenced by the teachings of Krishnamurti, she has turned away from the traditional religious forms and hierarchies of Zen. THE SILENT QUESTION consists of talks, dialogues, essays, and letters in which Packer presents her unique method of meditative inquiry - a nondenominational approach to spiritual growth through direct awareness of the present moment. Packer encourages us to let go of our thoughts and to sit 'in the stillness of not knowing' in order to reflect upon the essential question of who we are. In THE SILENT QUESTION, Packer provides fresh insights on using the experiences of life that are raw, messy, painful, and sometimes full of laughter to open a way to compassion. Her writing, which has been praised for its eloquence and insight, shows us how we can transform our self-image, fear, anger, or guilt through simple, direct awareness. Packer encourages us to discover that life, energy, and insight come from questioning, looking, and listening.

The Not Knowing

Author: Cathi Unsworth
Editor: Profile Books
ISBN: 1847655955
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London, March 1992. Nearly a year after the release of Brit noir sensation, Bent, the capital is still in the grip of its cultural and stylistic impact. Diana Kemp, journalist on the alternative arts magazine Lux, is dismissive of the film?s cult following but admires the technique of its debut director, Jon Jackson. In fact, some of her admiration has a more personal nature and when Jon disappears following a triumphant Guardian lecture, she feels the loss, acutely. Two weeks? later, Jackson?s body is found in a condemned lock-up in the arches behind Camden market. A victim of his own success? Perhaps - the murder site resembles the particularly bloody final scene of Bent. But why would anyone want to destroy the golden boy in such a way? Attempting to put a lid on the past, Diana buries herself in work. But an assignment, at the ICA?s Crimewave festival, leads her on a voyage of discovery where not knowing might be the only thing that saves her.

A Constant Feeling Of Not Knowing

Author: Sofίa Lake
Editor: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1496992989
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"This book tells the story of Isabel's life from early childhood to young adulthood, growing up in Spain in the 1970s and 1980s. It is told through the voice of Isabel as she struggles to make sense of her bewildering world of family rules and social norms, where children are expected to do as they were told without discussion. Isabel is the fifth child of seven, watching both her older and younger siblings' interests and behaviour through the lens of a little girl who finds it difficult to play and engage with others.

Isabel is a serious little girl who watches everything, seeing minute details in every aspect of her life. Repeatedly she describes the anxiety she feels of "not knowing" what is going to happen and when she might be expected to do something outside of her comfort zone. The stories of her traumatic start at school, the tonsillectomy, her father's terrifying behaviour towards his children, and her adolescent emotions and first experience of sex are told with vivid attention to detail.

Although autism is never explicitly mentioned in this book, Isabel's struggles to make sense of the world, her ability to focus with such intensity and the overwhelming anxiety that she experiences are all features of girls and women with Asperger's syndrome, or autism. Indeed, the behaviour of Isabel's father, Roberto, suggests that he too is on the spectrum, with behaviours that make him frightening and unpredictable to a child.

This book has been sensitively written and the story is engaging and unpredictable. It also gives insight into how a girl who might be on the autistic spectrum struggles to cope with the demands of social and family life. I can thoroughly recommend this book to anyone who likes to read about family sagas or who is interested in childhood and autism."

- Anita Hughes, Chartered Educational Psychologist.


The Reward Of Not Knowing

Author: Alexander Demetrius
Editor: BalboaPress
ISBN: 1452559651
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The Reward of Not Knowing is for anyone who feels that the life they're currently living isn't the one that has been waiting for them. Learn how to transform doubt and fear into courage and certainty by recognizing the heroic sequence of events in your own life. By sharing some of the most tragic and often wondrous events of my past, I intend to inspire anyone who truly desires positive change now.

The Words Of The Lord Jesus A Commentary Tr By W B Pope And Others

Author: Rudolf Stier
Editor:
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The Art Of Knowing Ones Self Or A Diligent Search After The Springs Of Morality Written In French Translated Into English By P H P Hanbury

Author: Pierre BOHER
Editor:
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