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Dehumanizing Social Sciences

Dehumanizing Social Sciences

“Highlighting the inherent error and mindlessness of neuroscience and neurobiology without the countervailing and necessary tension of contemporary psychoanalytic theory…” –Michael A. Diamond

The Social Brain Hypothesis

The Social Brain Hypothesis

“Ingold’s lecture provides background about how we think of the mind and brain as social, including a critique of what Robin Dunbar proposes: big brains to manage the information needed to live in social groups, including being able to calculate what others are doing, and making sure that social relations advance our own evolutionary ends.”

Metaphorical Processes, Organizing, and Theorizing

Metaphorical Processes, Organizing, and Theorizing

“Within the movement from science as reflecting the world objectively to science as containing metaphor-based experiential categories, psychoanalysis could tum out to be the flagship by exploring metaphor in its alive, temporal dimension within individuals seeking to increase creativity.”

The Trouble with Reality

The Trouble with Reality

“…like other ordinary human beings, psychoanalysts need both individuals and abstractions. Nothing in the ancient debate stops us from walking a path of evidence toward an objective truth.”

Causal Mechanisms and Emergent Properties of Collaboration

Causal Mechanisms and Emergent Properties of Collaboration

“Examination of these studies reflects not only the potential for mixed methods research to support and extend psychoanalytic theories of organizations, but also the benefit of epistemological pluralism for understanding the intersections within and between public and private organizations.”

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