Anthropology and psychoanalysis


Anthropology and psychoanalysis

This group has the aim to gather information, differents points of views, articles, seminars, etc. with which we could be able to approach to the study of social links without avoid other perspective full of questions, and in change also with and from psychoanalisis. Margaret Mead used to say : Soiologists dont like society, Psychoanalists have personal problems, anthropologist both. Insated of denay this could be a begining of a debat. 

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Latest Activity: Jan 9, 2016

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...a coffee, chats, not surprised with the elections results...thoughts

After the elections had coffee outside with the sun of comfort with a friend...buaaahh!!!!!I was not surprised because I still do not know how well this country do not know the language well, I took…Continue

Started by Cecilia Montero Mórtola May 11, 2015.

Tribute -Conference on Levi - Strauss in its 100 years -2008, a psychoanalyst anthropologist is in Spanish.

With a dazzling clarity and pace without being tired perfectly traceable without banalities with a thematic correlation very illustrative between and from Lévi-Strauss authors among Mallinowski,…Continue

Started by Cecilia Montero Mórtola Apr 14, 2015.

"Spellbound" and "Hysteria" two films showing theories of sex and remains with the medical viwe, one very artistic and classical the second a funny documentary about UK

Always trying to learn English, I watch movies in the language, recent and old ones.During the last week, thanks to the net, I saw two movies related to pschyiocnálysis and society. A very classic…Continue

Started by Cecilia Montero Mórtola Apr 13, 2015.

Reading from the recent past which gives points to begin, in French long time ago, I had readen this journal of AFA, then I saw different numbers dedicated to this relation Anthropology and…Continue

Started by Cecilia Montero Mórtola Apr 5, 2015.

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