By Yves Durand,Jean-Pierre Sironneau,Felipe Alberto Araujo (éd.)
By Martina Kolb
The Mediterranean sector of Liguria, the place the Maritime Alps sweep all the way down to the coasts of northwest Italy and southeast France, the Riviera, marks the intersection of 2 of Europe’s significant cultural landscapes. distant, liminal, compact, and steep, the terrain has motivated many foreign authors and artists. during this learn, Martina Kolb lines Liguria’s particular impression at the works of 3 seminal German-writing modernists – Friedrich Nietzsche, Sigmund Freud, and Gottfried Benn – whose encounters with Ligurian lands and seas ended in an leading edge geopoetic fusion of note and world.
Kolb examines each one of those authors’ obtained affinities with Ligurian and Provençal landscapes and seascapes, revisiting and reassessing the lengthy culture of northern eager for a Mediterranean south. She additionally exhibits how Freud and Benn within the footsteps of Nietzsche in his such a lot prolific years, a subject matter which has obtained little serious recognition thus far. Nietzsche, Freud, Benn, and the Azure Spell of Liguria deals a clean method of those writers’ groundbreaking literary achievements and profound curiosity in poetic expression as cathartic self-liberation.
By Irving Singer,Alan Soble
By Brooke Noel; Parker, Richard Moore
By Jeffrey A. Schaler
In Szasz less than hearth, psychologists, psychiatrists, and different prime specialists who disagree with Szasz on particular concerns clarify the explanations, without holds barred, and Szasz replies cogently and pungently to every of them. issues debated comprise the character of psychological ailment, the suitable to suicide, the madness protection, the use and abuse of substances, and the duties of psychiatrists and therapists. those exchanges are preceded by means of Szasz's autobiography and by way of a bibliography of his works.
By C. Pawling
By Sharon Kaye
By Harry Redner
By Jose Ortega y Gasset
By Richard Gaskin