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|The Daughters Paul||Pauline Books and Media|
|Rene Roussillon||Karnac Books||ePub|
I, personally, find most regrettable the fact that the concept of intersubjectivity tends to be taken over by certain schools of thought that try to turn it into their own emblem. By subscribing only to restrictive definitions of the concept, they are an obstacle to the metapsychological and psychoanalytic exploration of it.
In my view, the concept of the Subject (Freud's Ich, in French “je”—“I”), as understood in terms of the subjectivation process—what I would call subjective appropriation (based on Freud's famous aphorism Wo es war, soll Ich werden [“Where id was, there ego shall be”], 1933a, p. 80)—now fully deserves to be included in our psychoanalytic vocabulary and used in a manner that avoids any risk of its being considered as simply metaphysical. The concept of intersubjectivity is also a useful one, as long as it refers to our psychoanalytic conception of the Subject, one that indicates the existence of an unconscious dimension of intersubjectivity that takes into account the drive-related and sexual dimensions. That is where current notions of intersubjectivity seem to me to be in difficulty: they tend to ignore or find impossible to integrate unconscious processes (unconscious, not simply “non-conscious”) and the sexual dimension that is part of these. In such a case, the concept of instinctual drive, and with it the whole complex nature of the mind's dynamics, might well be pushed aside.See more
|Dennis Reina||Berrett-Koehler Publishers||ePub|
In the next three chapters, you’re going to be introduced to the Three Dimensions of Trust, which we commonly refer to as The Three Cs of Trust, or simply The Three Cs: Trust of Character, Trust of Communication, and Trust of Capability. Together The Three Cs provide the understanding and practical behaviors you need to build and sustain trust in your relationships. Trust is inherently vulnerable. It means different things to different people and stirs provocative emotions in all of us. It’s highly complex, yet is the baseline for how we relate to one another in one-on-one relationships, in teams, and across organizations. It takes time to build, yet can be broken in an instant. Subtle intricacies of human behavior create trust’s vulnerability. To build trust into your relationships, you need a solution for overcoming its inherent fragility. The Three Cs give you this solution.
Your commitment to practicing the behaviors within each of The Three Cs will allow you to build sustainably trustworthy relationships. After all, you don’t want trust just for today. You want it for today, tomorrow, and beyond. The Three Cs will empower you to build trust-based relationships that will weather the unavoidable storms of life.See more
|Ace Academics||Ace Academics||ePub|
|John Wilmot||Carcanet Press Ltd.|
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