Clearing up refracted lines

Bridging philosophy to psychology

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1. Hannah’s murder
2. Refractions in language
3. On psychology: Sask in conversation
4. The theory of middle lines
5. Balkan war
6. The treatment of ambivalence and the proper social response
7. Thanks to Sask
8. Rational logic, symbolic logic and marginal logics
9. Sask falls in love with Natasha in Sos del Rey Católico
10. Therapy for schizoid understanding
11. The fall of Constantinople
12. Solovjev
13. The logical composition of ‘Manual of a soldier’ in the construction of the 2003 antivirus
14. Essence, logic and identity: a bridge to S Freud
15. The notion or word as psychic vector of transmission: intuition versus knowledge

Thought is not just a result, it is mainly a process. This process may have different goals and causes, and though it is an evidence that results may have little meaning if there is no understanding of how someone arrived to a determined conclusion or view of reality. These different texts are the attempt to reconstruct a process of thought that started at the hypothesis zero: no warrant for evidence anywhere. From this shattered mind, whose reference was a copy of the psychopathetic psychic type (serial killer), a weakened ‘I’ tries to find back a path to ordered and rational thought. This process does generate alternatively two categories of texts in alternation: those referred to personal experience and those arriving to general results as the consequence of the first, while both do try to find the link from one to another.

Of help: (Manual of a soldier)


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