Making connections: psychoanalysis, ecology and deleuze and guattari’s philosophies

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Click Here to Read:  Making connections: psychoanalysis, ecology and deleuze and guattari’s philosophies by Maria Tamboukou A review of  Psychoanalysis and ecology at the edge of chaos: Complexity theory, Deleuze / Guattari and the psychoanalysis for a climate in crisis by Joseph Dodds in the journal Psychoanalysis in Society, Volume 42, 2011 on the ecopsychoanalysis website.

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One Comment on “Making connections: psychoanalysis, ecology and deleuze and guattari’s philosophies”

  1. Joseph Dodds Says:

    Thanks for posting this. For other reviews of my book, and for a range of articles on ecopsychoanalysis, see: http://ecopsychoanalysis.blogspot.com/p/blog-page.html. You also may be interested in the newly formed Climate Psychology Alliance (where psychoanalyic, Jungian, and psycho-social approaches are strongly represented) which seeks “to facilitate a deeper understanding of our human responses to climate change” and aims to be a useful resource for anyone interested in the topic to use: http://www.climatepsychologyalliance.org/ . Perhaps an ‘ecology and climate change’ section could also be usefully added to this website?

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