Hong Morris

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Psychologists have taken several approaches to modeling how culture influences the ways individuals negotiate interpersonal conflict. Most common has been the approach of searching for cultural traits, general, stable value-orientations that predict a variety of culturally typical conflict resolution behaviors. Increasingly researchers have adopted a(More)
  • Hong Morris
  • The International journal of psycho-analysis
  • 1993
This paper develops the idea that the fundamental tension between representation and enactment described by psychoanalytic historical theories also determines and limits our theorizing attempts themselves. Freud moves toward this recognition in his late work as he brings a challenge to the lifting-of-repression model of historical recovery. One basis of(More)
Appreciation of Descartes' importance to Lacan's reading of Freud is a point of entry into Lacan's seemingly hermetic theoretical system. Lacan's analysis of Descartes' search for ontological certainty draws him, in Freud, to the ontological implications of castration anxiety, disavowal, and splitting of the ego. Lacan's theory both derives from and(More)
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