No está nada claro. Desde los albores del psicoanálisis, se han expresado dudas en cuanto a los cimientos de los métodos y teorías freudianos. Sin embargo, los críticos de Freud no han comprendido nunca de verdad lo que criticaban, tanto sus allegados, sus colegas como sus partidarios han escogido, filtrado y a veces hasta falsificado los documentos a los que el público tenía acceso. A pesar de estas ocultaciones, cada vez hay más indicios de la existencia de embarazosos esqueletos en los armarios del psicoanálisis. En el libro revolucionario que se dispone a leer, Eric Miller prueba que los esqueletos en el sentido figurado que llenan los armarios freudianos son esqueletos en el sentido literal: las osamentas de hombres y mujeres asesinados por el Dr. Sigmund Freud. Esperamos que esta nueva edición del libro de Eric Miller, que es también su primera edición en español, dé un giro a la percepción del psicoanálisis, y permita por fin al gran público volver la página confusa e inquietante en la que Freud ha inscrito con oscuros jeroglíficos la confesión de sus crímenes.
"Veterinary care of non-traditional species is a rapidly progressing field and this title is the much awaited updated version of this zoo and wildlife practitioner’s ‘bible’. Reviewed by: Charlotte Day on behalf of The Veterinary Record, Oct 14Global authorship includes internationally recognized authors who have contributed new chapters focusing on the latest research and clinical management of captive and free-ranging wild animals from around the world.Zoological Information Management System chapter offers the latest update on this brand new system that contains a worldwide wealth of information.General taxonomy-based format provides a comprehensive text for sharing information in zoo and wildlife medicine.Concise tables provide quick reference to key points in the references.NEW! All new authors have completely revised the content to provide fresh perspectives from leading experts in the field on the latest advances in zoo and wild animal medicine.NEW! Color images vividly depict external clinical signs for more accurate recognition and diagnosis.
Containing thought-provoking contributions from researchers and commentators in several countries, this important work challenges us to rethink some of the burning issues of our day with specific reference to the causes and consequences of loneliness. Topics include the loneliness and mental health of military personnel, loneliness and social media, loneliness and sexuality, urban loneliness, and the experiences of transnational movement and adopted children. This book therefore makes an overdue multidisciplinary contribution to the emerging debate about how best to deal with loneliness in a world that combines greater and faster connectedness on the one hand with more intensely experienced isolation on the other.
Since Émile Durkheim first claimed that the structure of society could have a strong bearing on psychological health in the 1890s, researchers in a range of disciplines have explored the probable impact of social context on mental health and wellbeing. Interdisciplinary in approach, Narratives of Loneliness will therefore be of great interest to academics, postgraduate students and researchers in social sciences, the arts, psychology and psychiatry.
By combining descriptions of exemplary research and evaluation studies with practical advice from top researchers in the field, this volume is a useful tool for educators and employers who are designing and carrying out their own studies, as well as a resource for what current research is discovering and affirming about the field itself. Educators from other fields, such as study abroad and service-learning will also find this book an indispensable reference in conducting research on experiential learning and teaching.
An insider tour of vineyards, wineries, cellars, and more! In The Vintner’s Apprentice, you get behind-the-scenes access to the wine world’s real-life masters of the craft, as well as a guide to the techniques that made them so successful. Benefit from their experience selecting a site, planting a vineyard, harvesting and crushing the grapes, creating blends, and much more.
— Insight into every step of the grape’s journey to your glass, from planting to fermenting to bottling—and beyond!
— Twelve wine experts share their old-world, classic skills with you through extensive interviews./DIV
Miller plumbed Lasch s published writings, his correspondence, and interviews and correspondence with his friends, students, and colleagues to create this comprehensive biography. In these pages Eric Miller captures the evolving nature of Lasch s understanding of the world and his fight for clarity and insight in a muddled age.
Christopher Lasch s sharp, prophetic stance caused many in his time to rethink what they thought they had understood, and to consider the world anew. Fifteen years after Lasch s death, the time is ripe to once again follow his lead and to reassess how we view and understand our world.
Contains the 2016 Bram Stoker Award winning short story "Happy Joe's Rest Stop" by John Palisano.
A ghostly voice on a trucker’s CB radio knows more about his life than it should... Two drivers find their cargo gives them inhuman appetites... A boy in a truck stop encounters a supernatural force that threatens to destroy the world... The hypnotic singing lulling a driver to sleep might not be coming from the tires... A fender-bender between a big rig and a four wheeler is not as accidental as it seems... The sinister cargo lurking in a rock and roll band’s fleet of trucks is unleashed at their final show...
Hit the road with this anthology of trucking horror fiction.
Ray Garton, John Palisano, Hal Bodner, Del Howison, Janet J. Holden, Edward M. Erdelac, Ian Welke, Brad C. Hodson, Joseph Spencer, RB Payne, Daniel P. Coughlin, Eric Miller, Shane Bitterling, Meghan Arcuri, Charles Austin Muir, Tim Chizmar, Michael Paul Gonzalez, Jeff Seeman