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My new book is out - "Intersubjectivity and Its Paradigms"

  Why do people speak in code? Starting with a deep dive into semiotics and the philosophy of language, "Intersubjectivity and Its Paradigms" offers an exploration of indirect, euphemistic or allusive communication through Lacanian psychoanalysis. After re-interpreting Lacan's three clinical structures (psychosis, neurosis, perversion) through topology and Jung's concept of the persona, the book ends by applying the beforementioned tools to reconceptualize power, love, sexuality, empathy and identity. AMAZON LINK:

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