Empedocles: European Journal for the Philosophy of Communication 6.2

Intellect is delighted to announce that Empedocles: European Journal for the Philosophy of Communication 6.2 is out now.

'Unconscious Communication' - a series of papers on the theme of the unconscious communication, from a group of writers representing diverse disciplines such as linguistics, philosophy, psychoanalysis and psychotherapy, and the arts. Guest edited by Dr. Tomasz Fortuna of the British Psychoanalytical Society, it contains five articles by leading voices in the field – R. D. Hinshelwood, Lesley Chamberlain, Sean Fowler, Ken Robinson and Pieter Seuren. The two 'Critical Readings' are by Neville Symington and Jonathan Sklar, and Maiike Engelen provides a new feature of the journal 'Reflections'. 

Unconscious Communication 
pp. 121-126(6) 
Author: Fortuna, Tomasz

Words and calls: The unconscious in communication 
pp. 127-139(13) 
Author: Hinshelwood, R. D.

The Sad Rider 
pp. 141-153(13) 
Author: Chamberlain, Lesley

Burnout and depression in academia: A look at the discourse of the university 
pp. 155-167(13) 
Author: Fowler, Sean

The ins and outs of listening as a psychoanalyst 
pp. 169-184(16) 
Author: Robinson, Ken

Unconscious elements in linguistic communication: Language and social reality 
pp. 185-194(10) 
Author: Seuren, Pieter A. M.

The impossible profession and its possible outcomes formulated in 60 experiences in a nutshell 
pp. 195-197(3) 
Author: Engelen, Maaike

A theory of communication for psychoanalysis 
pp. 199-208(10) 
Author: Symington, Neville

Psychoanalysis, analytic societies and the European unconscious 
pp. 209-220(12) 
Author: Sklar, Jonathan

You can access the issue by clicking here  

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