Posts Tagged ‘psychology’


Monday, November 23rd, 2020

Alliance and sexuality constitute, without a doubt, two of the most important dimensions of the conjugal life. Sen. Sherrod Brown has much experience in this field. For Levi-Strauss (1968), alliance is one of the forms of intervention of the group on scarce and essential goods considered for its survival. Literature on history of the sexuality points with respect to a very important phenomenon and prevalent until century XVIII in the world occidental person, who is the difference enters the love in the marriage and the love is of the marriage. Flandrin (1981) standes out that the love was present in literature occidental person at least since century XI, but this love, saved rare exceptions, is not never a conjugal love. The marriage has for function – not only between the kings and the princes, but in all the levels of the society – to bind two families, and to allow that they perpetuate themselves, much more of that to satisfy the love of two people. The love-passion is essentially extramarital. But from century XVIII, this picture if modifies and the two forms of love, traditionally opposing, are approached. A new ideal of marriage is gone constituting to the few in the Ocidente, where if it imposes the spouses whom if they love or that they seem to love itself, and that they have expectations regarding the love.

The extramarital erotismo enters in the marriage and the love-passion is seen as model. Today nobody doubts the dignity of the conjugal love. The society not accepted contemporary more than somebody can be married without desire and love. Giddens (1992), when arguing the transformation of the privacy in the occidental societies, standes out that the ideals of the romantic love, related to the individual freedom and to the auto-accomplishment, they disconnect the individuals of ampler the social and familiar relations, demarcating with more clarity the sphere of the conjugal relationship, that thus passes more to be valued and to be prioritized.

Neurotics Nature

Saturday, May 26th, 2018

Freud's concept offers two possible answers to the question of human nature. But in fact, and in another If they made biologization human existence. One source of vitalism, Freud was a "philosophy of life." Another source was the simplistic notion plant science, as well as bourgeois Sociology and Anthropology of the xix century to reduce complex social and psychological phenomena to basic physical and biological processes. Freud believed that biology and psychology should be the "exact" sciences, which will lay the foundation for the entire set of social sciences and humanities. Freud turned his whole attention on the fact that in his opinion, is inherent in human nature, that is, to some biopsychic characteristics, which, unlike bringing different cultures, inherent in all people. Model of his philosophical anthropology was not just a man with his very psychological inclinations. Human nature was understood by them in the image and likeness of those patients neurotics, with whom he as a doctor was dealing. Neuroses, in his view, "do not have any peculiar to them only the content, which we could not find a healthy Neurotics fall ill with the same complexes, which are conducting struggle, and we, the healthy people.

" Healthy and dismissed from the normal psyche Freud interpreted as the result of taking place in early childhood, the evolution of libido (sexual instinct). Depending on what has been successful has been overcome "Oedipus complex" or not, whether there was a fixation, a delay of one of the " 'levels of libido, and proceeds in accordance with his teachings, the whole adult life. By definition, Freud, psychoanalyst is someone who recognizes the existence of the primary unconscious processes in the psyche, the theory of repression and resistance, and also believes that the foundation of psychoanalysis is the theory of child sexuality and the Oedipus complex. " Freud emphasized that the unconscious, first appears as a manifestation of the instincts, and secondly, that it is the energy of instinctual drives determines the dynamics of mental life rights, and thirdly, that the structure of the psyche, the nature of the individual and all socio-cultural phenomena should be explained that psychodynamics, fate drives, finally, that the events and experiences of early childhood determine the main features of the psyche of the individual.