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This paper proposes the existence of an intrinsic, non‐conflictual altruistic impulse, and presents arguments from human behavior studies, evolutionary theory, attachment theory, and psychoanalytic writings to support this thesis. Altruism has been previously regarded as a defensive phenomenon...
Sophocles' universal classic, ever relevant to psychoanalysis in its continual development, dramatizes a gamut of psychodynamic factors, ranging from the pre‐Oedipal to the Oedipal and post‐Oedipal. Shedding light on those psychodynamics, the present analysis of Oedipus Rex stands apart in three...
The paper outlines a psychoeducational group, used in an inpatient setting that has as its goal to make conscious and useful to the patient, certain power issues that influence all human relationships. This 11 session process allows the patient to explore the perspective to see if power issues...
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