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From psychoanalysis to schizoanalysis: Chaos and complexity in therapeutic practice.

@inproceedings{Gremmels2003FromPT,
  title={From psychoanalysis to schizoanalysis: Chaos and complexity in therapeutic practice.},
  author={Scott William Gremmels},
  year={2003}
}
  • Scott William Gremmels
  • Published 2003
  • Psychology
  • Human life is engaged in a continual process of mapping and modelling the external universe. From the immediate level of sensation to more abstract forms of emotional and cognitive mapping, the human organism builds a web of inner experience which forms the basis for the construction/perception of "reality." This act of learning forms the genetic, neural, linguistic, and social programing by which individual and collective subjectivity is constructed. Theories in philosophy and science are… CONTINUE READING

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