Victor Kagan read the book "Clinical psychology I loss for us"
"I read in the books that I understand" - told me once Igor Kon. For many years, I have never regretted the use of the rules of reading. I hope you do not regret it and, although the work of one of the leading Russian psychologists, summarizing 30 years of research - not the easiest to read and for the professional.
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It seems that man has always felt a person, just as we feel today. But the concept of identity itself appeared only in the XVII century - before we were existing utility. Change the boundaries of social and personal spaces, and with them the content of many concepts. Shame, freedom, happiness, choice, responsibility occupy a different place in life and are not meant as before. Others become and experience themselves in the world. Once the "I" was guided by traditions and morality generated by his "we." Today "we" arises from the set of "I", projecting themselves in the face of uncertainty, at your own risk.
In short, this book is about how we, the people of modern culture, we feel individuals and how to deal with a variety of circumstances, one way or another affect the creation of the "I", in the sense of self oneself and relationships with others. This is a book about the formation and at the same time maintaining self-identity, but also about numerous personal anomalies.
How does the self-creation of the individual on her self-esteem? As an individual associated with loneliness and how it affects the aggressive behaviors? What happens to the "I" of those who are engaged in prostitution, and those who use their services? How interwoven experiences actually "I" and experiences himself as a representative of the floor? What happens to the "I" with the forced migration? And whether therapy to prevent violations related to the state of "I", and if capable, how? These are just some of the landmarks for orientation in the content of the book. In the epilogue to her psychologist Alexander Asmolov created by the author calls direction "cultural psychology of the human person." Why? "Because the pain of a man, his suffering and drama in an ocean of uncertainty and the search for meaning" I "pierces the sensory fabric of a variety of research Teodorovna Elena Sokolova and break through the indifference of values in our personal meanings." It remains for me to join him in the hope that the book will help the reader to better define their personal sense and be yourself in this very complex world. "
Teodorovna Elena Sokolova, Doctor of Psychological Science, a clinical psychologist and psychotherapist, professor of Moscow State University. MV Lomonosov. He was educated at the Moscow State University and then continued it in Fritz Perls Institute (Germany), the Institute of Gestalt therapy and IDEE Psy (France), Stanford and the University of California (USA).
"Clinical psychology I lost," meaning, with 895.