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A number of psychoanalysts have become excited about mirror neurons, as they are called by neuroscientists. Mirror neurons have the remarkable property of responding identically to an action I intend as well as an action you intend. The argument of some psychoanalysts is that mirror neurons open...
The financial crisis that began in 2008 was rooted in an ideology of business deregulation and free markets. Deregulation was accompanied by explosive increases in the use of financial leverage by US banking institutions and in their use of complex credit derivatives presumed, or imagined, to...
“Community” is a word that is used frequently in everyday exchanges and, increasingly, in public policies and government funding strategies. Mental health promotion campaigns strongly promote “community‐focused” initiatives. The predominant discourse on the topic of “community” has been from...
This paper examines the conflicts and resistances that contemporary organizations face in the effort of generating new and challenging work opportunities. Assuming the metaphoric and real character of the ‘body of the organization’, different dilemmas that work groups tackle in the generation of...
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