Agency, Health And Social Survival : The Ecopolitics Of Rival Psychologies
This text addresses the interface of sociology and psychology which, it argues, is the key to political change. Offering a comparison of a range of psychotherapeutic theories of human nature, including those of Freud and Anna Freud, Klein and Kleininans and Lacan, humanisticpsychology, and feminist, trans-cultural and other radical psychotherapies, the book focuses on each theory's psychological concept of health and its political implications.
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- Hardback | 190 pages
- 165.1 x 247.65 x 19.05mm | 454g
- 17 Jul 1996
- Taylor & Francis Ltd
- London, United Kingdom
Table of contents
Starting points; conflicting concepts of health; Freud and the inevitability Of Discontent; Melanie Klein - A Social Emotion; Jacques Lacan - Exposing the myth of agency; humanistic psychology - saved by synergy; four radical approaches. Conclusion - if humanly possible.