Lost in New Jersey 8: Abnormal Behaviour

Lost in New Jersey - Matthew Coleman

 

Lost in New Jersey - Matthew Coleman

 

Lost in New Jersey - Matthew Coleman

 

In psychoanalysis there is no convenient division between normal and abnormal behaviour and this concedes truth as subjective and meaning as constructed.

Common fantasy structures contribute to constructing reality in the realm of representations (photographs), consequently and crucially there is no question of freeing representations (reality) from the determinations of fantasy but there is a benefit in the awareness of the agency of unconscious fantasy in the creation of representations.

(Essay by Peter Venner 2011)

(Series edited by Peter Venner and Matthew Coleman, January 2011, to view whole series please search for matthew coleman)

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