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Authenticity and Analytic Style

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Imagology and Exoticism in Montesquieu’s Persian Letters

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This article aims at highlighting the specificities of Gaston Bachelard’s «La poétique de la rêverie» (The Poetics of Reverie), seen as the pivot of Motesquieu’s imaginary creation in Persian Letters. The Same and the Other are two essential terms when trying to find the place imagology plays in an intercultural approach where France and Persia are associated with an enchanted exoticism. Criteria such as space, taste, the marvellous and verisimilitude will be examined in order to analyse the images vehiculated by the perceived society (France) and by the perceiving one (Persia) and to evaluate Montesquieu’s genius for social irony.

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Why Bion Field Theory?

psychic figurability. Routledge, London 2005. CAMPION, J. (1990). An angel at my table. New Zealand-Australian-British film. CASSORLA, R.M.S. (2012). What happens before and after acute enactments? An exercise in clinical validation and the broadening of hypotheses. Int J Psychoanal 93 :53-80. CIVITARESE, G. (2013). Embodied Field, Somatic Reverie and Patients with Blocks To Symbolization. Panel 92, Prague-I.PA. Congress . CIVITARESE, G. (2014). Truth and the Uunconscious in Psychoanalysis. Routledge, London 2016. DE MATTOS, J

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Bionian and Post-Bionian Transformations

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This article presents a summary of the theses advanced in Bion’s Transformations and describes their application by the analyst in the session. It then discusses the development of post-Bionian transformations in dreaming and play. Clinical material illustrates how these transformations may become effective therapeutic tools.

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The Topicality of the Humanism of Chartres

References Bachelard, Gaston. La poétique de la rêverie. Paris : PUF, 1960. Boulnois, Olivier. Au-delà de l'image, Une archéologie du visuel au Moyen Age, Ve-XVIe siècle. Paris, 2008. Chenu, Marie-Dominique. Pour une théologie du travail. Paris 1950. ---- La théologie au douzième siècle. Paris, 1957. Debray, Régis. Cours de médiologie générale. Paris, 1991. Deremble, Jean-Paul. Les vitraux légendaires de Chartres, des récits en images, foreword by Michel

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Bridging Heterodox Views on Language and Symbols: Gilbert Durand’s Imaginaire and Mark Johnson’s Image Schemata

References Bachelard, G. (1948). La Terre et les rêveries de la volonté . Paris, France: Corti. Barthes, R. (1980). El mito hoy. Mitologías . Madrid, Spain: Siglo XXI. Baumgarten, A. G. (1982). Metaphysica . Hildesheim, Germany: Olms. Chevalier, J., & Gheerbrant, A. (2007). Diccionario de los símbolos . Barcelona, Spain: Herder. Cuddy, A., Carney, D., & Yap, A. (2010). Power posing: Brief nonverbal displays affect neuroendocrine levels and risk tolerance. Psychological Science, 21 (10), 1363–1368. Derrida, J. (1978). De

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Establishing an Authentic Artistic Identity

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Coopetition in for-profit and non-profit organizations - micro level

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Socks at War: American Hand Knitters and Military Footwear Production for the World Wars

States Army in World War II: The European theater of operations , Office of the Chief of Military History, Dept. of the Army, Washington DC. Ryder O. B. (1919), Prices of silk and silk products , U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington DC. Sakren W. (1942), Here’s a lovely parachute I knitted for you [cartoon], Colliers, 110, 64. Saxe M. de. (1971), Reveries, or, memoirs upon the art of war , Greenwood Press, Westport, Conn.(original publication 1757). Scheer R., Zacchino N., Matthiessen C. (1982). With enough shovels: Reagan, Bush, and

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Bad Company: The Corporate Appropriation of Nature, Divinity, and Personhood in U.S. Culture

planet itself. Often used to evoke experiences of reverie with Nature, the discourse of merger generates a language of both social connection and utter disindividuation. As he grows more cynical than even Ishmael, the young pantheist Pierre, in Melville’s next novel after Moby-Dick , represents the transition from transcendental to corporate pantheism. At first, the text assures us, “you lose your sharp individuality, and become delightfully merged in that soft social Pantheism, as it were, that rosy melting of all into one . . . no one draws the sword of his own

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