Love and Worldliness in Psychoanalysis and in the Work of Hannah Arendt

@article{Alphandary2015LoveAW,
  title={Love and Worldliness in Psychoanalysis and in the Work of Hannah Arendt},
  author={Idit Alphandary},
  journal={Philosophy Today},
  year={2015},
  volume={59},
  pages={227-255}
}
What is Love?-Ask him who lives what is life; ask him who adores what is God.-On Love, Percy Bysshe ShelleyLOVE BETWEEN THE PRIVATE AND THE PUBLIC SPHERESHannah Arendt was fundamentally sceptical about psychoanalysis, which she saw as reductionist and solipsistic rather than encouraging political activity. Psychoanalysis, writes Arendt, destroys the world of the in-between that enables us to form relationships since it recommends that people focus on an inner world of sensations in order to… Expand
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