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The distinction between implicit (non-conscious) and explicit (conscious) knowledge made by cognitive scientists is applied to the psychoanalytic idea of repressed contents. The consequences of… (More)
The philosopher John Searle has called Freud’s idea about repressed contents “incoherent,” “factually empty,” and “implying dualism.” Thus he has been seen as a critic of psychoanalysis. This view is… (More)
In psychoanalysis, it is commonly thought that ideas (desires, fears, etc.) may be repressed, and that they can be made conscious. In this article, we shall apply cognitive viewpoints and assert that… (More)
For decades psychoanalysis was the discipline within which the unconscious was studied, and other branches lacked competence to take a stand on thess issues. Since the 1980s, however, the cognitive… (More)
Kirjoitus on hieman muokattu Psykoterapia-lehdessa 4/2007 aiemmin ilmestyneesta samannimisesta kirjoituksesta, Psykoterapia, 26(4), 226-242.
Neuropsychoanalysis focuses on the neural counterparts of psychoanalytically interesting phenomena and has left the difference in the metaphysical presuppositions between neuroscience and… (More)