• Place and Psychoanalysis Gildersleeve, Matt 2019 Philosophical Inquiry , Vol. 43 , Issue 3 , S. 98 ff. ( Zeitschrift ) Englisch 1105-235X | 2163-3215 10.5840/philinquiry2019433/423 Abstract

    In this article, we highlight the importance of psychoanalysis and the Heideggerian concept of ‘place’ for each respective domain of inquiry. In particular, the writings of Jung and Lacan can unconceal and reveal new dimensions of Jeff Malpas’s work on place. Alternatively, Malpas can extend the work of these psychoanalysts by showing new dimensions of their ideas through an analysis of ‘place’. Ultimately, this article sets up a number of possibilities for future research through this novel interaction and engagement between the philosophy of place and psychoanalysis. One of these possibilities is in genomics and genetic determinism, which we briefly acknowledge throughout.

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