By challenging basic legal assumptions with a nuanced and humane perspective, Dailey shows how psychoanalysis can further our legal system's highest ideals of individual fairness and systemic justice.
Author: Anne C. Dailey
Publisher: Yale University Press
Law and the Unconscious is the first work of the French legal philosopher Pierre Legendre to appear in English.
Author: Pierre Legendre
Category: Social Science
This book puts the legal subject on the couch and explores the incestuous relationship between law and desire, enjoyment and transgression, freedom and subjection, ethics and atheism.
Author: Maria Aristodemou
Author: Lancelot Law Whyte
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
All animals feed , nurse , and look after their young until they can feed
themselves , and is it likely man , with his lesser fertility , should make an
exception to this general law ? And when can a child maintain itself ? Certainly
not until puberty .
Author: Eduard von Hartmann
A Comparison Between the Theory of Dr. Ewald Hering and the "Philosophy of
the Unconscious" of Dr. Edward Von ... will investigate the laws of conscious life
according to the inductive method , and will hence , as much as the physicist ...
Author: Samuel Butler
Oedipus Lex offers an original and evocative reading of legal history and institutional practice in the light of psychoanalysis and aesthetics.
Author: Peter Goodrich
Publisher: Univ of California Press
Nay , the very operations of the mind involved in reasoning are sometimes
apparently unconscious , and , of course , merely natural . And a portion of what
we call consciousness is evidently merely natural . Having thus again
remembered that ...
Author: Robert Bruce Warden
Category: Electronic books
But history teaches nothing more clearly than that fundamental changes in laws
and institutions , especially among a free ... is , for most of those whose destiny it
affects , as unconscious as the daily growth or decadence of their physical frame .
If the Church has acquiesced in some situations created by the State it has not
really given them its own legal sanction . State law can , of course , be changed
and so , for that matter , can Church law . This , at least , seems to be the opinion
Author: Edward Fyfe Griffith
Consequently , the two different fathers are both at work in the unconscious of
law and leave the subject with the choice to identify with either of them .
Identification is a process in the unconscious , which operates on a fantasy level .
Category: Law and literature
covert awareness " -— the inconsistency between individuals ' conscious acts
and their unconscious memories , perceptions , and judgments . Claparède's
research was unusual for its time . For most of the twentieth century , the topic of ...
6 See Pierre Legendre , L'amour du censeur : essai sur l'ordre dogmatique (
Paris : Seuil , 1974 ) , p . 5. For selections of Legendre's work in English , see
Peter Goodrich , trans . and ed . , Law and the Unconscious : A Legendre Reader
( New ...
Moving from texts by Arendt, Benjamin, Freud, Zola and Tolstoy to the Dreyfus and Nuremberg trials, as well as the trials of O.J. Simpson and Adolf Eichmann, this text argues that the adjudication of collective traumas in the 20th century ...
Author: Shoshana Felman
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Official Organ of the American Institute of Criminal Law and Criminology. the soul
... the human soul more fully , we find no idea in modern psychology deeper or
more constructive than Freud's conception of the importance of the unconscious .
The plenitude of life is governed by law and yet not governed by law , rational
and yet irrational . Hence reason and the will that is grounded in reason are valid
only up to a point . The further we go in the direction selected by reason , the
Author: Carl Gustav Jung
or make them vulnerable to ethical or legal challenge . Their conduct is
defensible as patient ... Relying on the testimony of neurologic experts , it
determined that Ms . Quinlan was permanently unconscious . It also found that
her father was an ...
Author: H. Richard Beresford
Publisher: F A Davis Company
Here is an example of a dynamically evaluated case meeting the law's negative
view of unconscious factors head - on . What , then , is the place of a dynamic
psychiatry in the legal system ? The answer is that it serves an explanatory
Author: American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law
Category: Forensic psychiatry
Slips of the tongue and other parapraxias are committed via our voluntary
muscles , yet under the influence of unconscious motives . In such cases
behavior is influenced by fully or partially unconscious motivations which infiltrate
by various ...
Category: Electronic journals
It also helps to explain why consciousness is an essential requirement for
awarding pain and suffering , and why the so - called unconscious plaintiff
doctrine is the crucial legal issue from which other titles of non - pecuniary
damages flowed ...