element of transformation. Poetics of Development With and Beyond Suffering and toward Creative Subjectivation and Healing Poetry has the potential to express our suffering and joy, but in the modern world, poetry was rightly substituted by prose of
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, madness, neurosis, mysticism: after these, atheism becomes an unhappy and necessary healing process. The end of Les Mots is, indeed, written in a disillusioned and non-triumphant tone: the cruelty of the enterprise has left marks. The Sartrean human
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, can heal the wounds it has inflicted’. Jean-Paul Sartre, preface to The Wretched of the Earth , by Frantz Fanon, trans. Richard Philcox (New York: Grove Press, 2004), xliii–lxii, lxii. 7 Jean-Paul Sartre, Notebooks for an Ethics , trans. David
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, 2017); Davina Quinlivan, Filming the Body in Crisis: Trauma, Healing, and Hopefulness (New York, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015); Susana Viegas, “Ethics and the Integrity of Gesture in Steve McQueen's Hunger ,” in eds. Christine Reeh and José Manuel
The Evolution of 20 Years of Social Quality Thinking
bear on public issues. Many digital solutions that are changing the urban fabric, from e-healing to telemedicine, come from the private sector. These have enormous potential across Southeast Asia, where urbanization is happening at a breakneck pace
Euroscepticism, Populism, Nationalism, and Societal Division
Market and denial of free movement of EU citizens. Divisions within the Conservative Party do not appear to be healed, with some moving toward a “hard Brexit” position that will seek a clear break and application to the World Trade Organization for trade
The Social Quality Approach as a Foundation for Person-Centered Interventions
Judith R. L. M. Wolf and Irene E. Jonker
). Hope has been proven to be a protective and healing factor ( Deci and Ryan 2000 ). Hope consists of two elements: (1) an appraisal of one's capability and determination to achieve a goal—this so-called hope agency refers to knowing your personal
What, if not Durkheim’s ‘collective representations’ acquired during exalted states of effervescence, gives rise to society, culture and science? Marcel Mauss provides another answer by pointing to the different rhythms of social relationships and the human effort to synchronise them. The seasonal cycle of the Eskimo [Inuit], Mauss argues, is in accord with their game; hence people disperse in summer to pursue economic activities in small bands, while they congregate in dense house-complexes in winter and engage in ritual. It would appear that Mauss draws heavily on Boas’s contrast between the Kwakiutl winter celebrations and their ‘uninitiated’ livelihood in summer. These insights have traction for medical anthropologists who are interested in finding an anthropological explanation for the efficaciousness of ‘traditional’ medicines or ‘indigenous’ healing techniques.