Schnelles Denken Langsames Denken

Author: Daniel Kahneman
Publisher: Siedler Verlag
ISBN: 3641093740
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Daniel Kahneman, Nobelpreisträger und einer der einflussreichsten Wissenschaftler unserer Zeit, zeigt anhand ebenso nachvollziehbarer wie verblüffender Beispiele, welchen mentalen Mustern wir folgen und wie wir uns gegen verhängnisvolle ...

Symbols In Structure And Function Volume 2

Author: Charles A. Sarnoff
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1462800513
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... to repeat prior experiences (See Freud, S. (1926) Beyond the Pleasure
Principle, S.E. Vol. 18). This is especially so in response to experiences that have
been uncomfortable, traumatic, humiliating or incomplete (Zygarnik Effect). The
repetition attempts to serve a mastery function. For Instance A ten-year-old boy
came for his appointment shortly after two older boys had demanded that he buy
marijuana from them. They threatened to kill him if he told anyone. He hid for half
an hour.

Apocalyptic Dread

Author: Kirsten Moana Thompson
Publisher: SUNY Press
ISBN: 079148033X
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... the religious sphere, dread is sin. 22. For his discussion of an accident trauma,
see Sigmund Freud, “Beyond the Pleasure Principle” trans.James Strachey, ed.
Angela Richards, On Metapsychology: The Theory of Psychoanalysis, vol. 2
Penguin Freud Library, Ser. ... John McDonald's novel The Executioners (1957)
was the source material for both films, and it suggests that Cady's criminal
behavior was caused by psychosis produced by war trauma. Both the cinematic
adaptations of ...

The Making Of A Writer Volume 2

Author: Gail Godwin
Publisher: Random House
ISBN: 0679604383
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Holding the pleasure principle in i\l)t'_\'iill('{* a bit l)elter. Called Lorraine. She has
two new spotted cats: "I haven't heen ahle to have an emotional reaction to then)
or even name theln. They're rather mystical.” Tomorrow huil(l the Pauline scene.
... and Sarah instead of Polly and Dane—she is also playing with a satire of her
own story, which she will title “Saralfs Gothic Marriage." cept ruses or
intellectualizing about ernotions. She will also follow. \|uu:|| 5. |_qli8-\'()\'l-'.\l|§l-Ill 5
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Novel Judgements

Author: William P. MacNeil
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134046723
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London: Allen & Unwin, 1931. 15 S. Freud, 'Beyond the Pleasure Principle', in
Peter Gay (ed.), The Freud Reader, New York:W. W. Norton,1995,pp.599–601.
16 R. Jakobson, 'Two Aspects ofLanguage and Two Types of Aphasic
Disturbances', in S. Rudy (ed.), Selected Writings, vol. 2, The Hague: Mouton,
1971. 17 This semiotic processis more fullydeveloped in: W.MacNeil, 'Law's
Corpus Delicti:The Fantasmatic Bodyof Rights Discourse', Law and Critique 9(1),
1998, 37–57; and W.

The Scriptures Of Charles Dickens

Author: Vincent Newey
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1351882228
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Novels of Ideology, Novels of the Self Vincent Newey. Byron, George Gordon
Noel, Lord. Complete Poetical Works, ed. Jerome J. McGann, vol. 2, Oxford:
Clarendon Press, 1980. Campbell, Joseph. The Hero with a Thousand Faces,
1949; 2nd edn, Princeton, NY: Princeton University Press, 1968. Carlyle ...
Principles of Mental Physiology, 1874; 2nd edn, London: Henry S. King, 1875. '
Cheap ... 'The Fallacies of Memory', Hours of Work and Play, London: N. Trübner
and Co., 1867.

The Book Of Fritz Leiber Vol I And Vol Ii

Author: Fritz Leiber
Publisher: Macmillan Reference USA
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As for those who decry the violence inherent in the genre, Bettelheim says, Those
who outlawed traditional folk tales decided that if there were monsters in a story
told to children, these must all be friendly — but they missed the monster a child
knows best and is most concerned with— the monster he feels or fears himself to
be, and which also sometimes persecutes him. Besides humor and a determined
addition of the Reality Principle to the Pleasure Principle, Leiber made another ...