Damaged Life: The Crisis of the Modern Psyche

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Index

a
Adorno, T. 50 , 89 , 93 , 105
ambivalence 75

b
Barratt, B. 74 , 133
Berger, P. 38 - 41 , 88
Berman, M. 16 - 17
Blumer, H. 34 - 38
borderline psychopathology 79
bourgeois father 92 - 95
Broughton, J. 24 , 69 , 145
Brown, B. 145

c
capitalism 44 , 48 - 49 , 118 - 126 , 128 ;
contradiction of 62 ;
corporate 92 , 127 ;
and human suffering 141 ;
and ideology 101 , 114 ;
informational 144 ;
and psychopathology 124 ;
see also modernization
children 144 - 145
commodification 120
communicative action 138
communicative competence 66
community 134
Craib, I. 131 - 132
critical psychology 2 , 41 , 69
critical theory 48 - 66
culture 74 , 97 , 139 - 140 ;
reproduction of 53 ;
see also meaning

d
defence mechanisms 71 , 119 , 123
de-idealization 78 - 79 ;
see also object relations
de-ideologization 104 - 109 , 120 , 131 , 134 - 137
Deleuze, G. and Guattari, F. 117-121
delinguistification 99 ;
see also lifeworld
demythologization 58
depression 115 - 117 ;
see also narcissism
Desai, A. 18 - 19
Descartes, R. 10
desire 105 , 111 - 112 , 120
desymbolization 113 , 120 - 121 , 123 , 131
deterritorialization 117 - 118 , 120
Dilthey, W. 5

e
Earnest, W.R. 117
ego 85
ego psychology 69
Elliott, A. 94 , 133
Enlightenment 14 , 48 , 61 , 83 , 85 , 119
Etzioni-Halevy, E. 15 , 18
European colonialism 48

f
false consciousness 102
family structure 89 - 92
Fascism 93 , 120
foreunderstandings 47
Foucault, M. 117 , 133 ;
see also postmodern
Frankfurt Institute of Social Research (Frankfurt School) 49 , 95 , 97 ;
see also Adorno, T., Habermas, J. and Marcuse, H.
Freud, S. 24 , 43 , 61 , 67 , 70 - 71 , 82 - 83 , 93 , 113 - 114

g
Gergen, K. 136
Greenspan, S. 79

h
Habermas, J. 49 - 66 , 67 , 87 - 88 , 92 , 95 , 113 , 117 , 121 , 138 , 141

i
identification 76 ;
with the aggressor 98 - 99 , 106
ideology 82 , 114 ;
criticized 96 - 104 ;
defined 96

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Acknowledgements ix
  • Chapter 1 - Damaged Goods: the Modern Problematic 1
  • Chapter 2 - The Psychological Impact of Modernization 23
  • Chapter 3 - The Colonization of the Lifeworld 47
  • Chapter 4 - The Formation of the Psyche 67
  • Chapter 5 - The Domination of Desire 81
  • Chapter 6 - Ideological Formations and Their Transcendence 96
  • Chapter 7 - The Destruction of Meaning 110
  • Chapter 8 - Decolonization 127
  • References 147
  • Index 155
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