Consciousising Relatedness - Systemic Conflict Transformation in Political Constellations
von Mayr, Fabian Patrick
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...Fabian enters widely uncharted areas namely the field of human relatedness in politics. It still is extremely uncommon to concretely include factors such as individual and collective unconscious dynamics in political theory and praxeology. At the very beginning of psychoanalysis we find the foundation of healing in both its individual and societal sense in Freud s statement where Id was, I shall be , i.e. where unconsciousness has prevailed consciousness shall dominate. That fundamental process is indeed underlying any positive personal and collective change and it is the definition of what consciousising means (Dr. Albrecht Mahr, Chairman of iFPA). /// ...the reader is taken on a journey into a number of fields of various scientific disciplines a journey which at times becomes a tour de force visiting positivistic science, phenomenology, quantum theory, morphic fields, social psychology as well as peace and conflict studies. Reading this dissertation, the reviewer remains impressed by the massive amount of material the author was able to incorporate. Even more impressive is the originality of the train of thought (Dr. Peter Praxmarer, University of Lugano).
Mayr, Fabian Patrick
Fabian is a peacebuilding and development cooperation researcher, lecturer and first of all practitioner. He has worked and lived for the last years mostly in East Africa and Eastern Europe. By first degree he is an economist and holds an MA and a PhD in peace, conflict, and development studies. Born 1977. Austrian.
LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
0.22 x 0.148 x 0.028 m; 0.599 kg