By Rina Lazar
How do we speak about evil? How do we make feel of its presence throughout us? How do we come to phrases with the sorrowful undeniable fact that our involvement in doing or permitting evil is an interminable point of our lives on the earth? This publication is an try and interact those questions in a brand new manner.
Written from in the advanced truth of Israel, the individuals to this publication forge a collective attempt to contemplate evil from a number of views. an important attempt, due to the fact psychoanalysis has been sluggish to account for the lifestyles of evil, whereas philosophy and the social sciences have tended to overlook its mental elements.
The essays amassed right here sign up for to shape a large canvas on which a portrait of evil progressively emerges, from the Bible, during the enlightenment to the Holocaust; from Kant, via Freud, Klein, Bromberg and Stein to Arendt, Agamben and Bauman; utilizing literature, heritage, cinema, social thought and psychoanalysis. ?
Talking approximately Evil opens up a miles wanted area for considering, in itself an antidote to evil. will probably be of curiosity to psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, and students and scholars of philosophy, social idea and the humanities.
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