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Postmoderno sebstvo in terapevtski diskurz: reguliranje starih anksioznosti skozi nove tehnologije sebstva
Širok, Kaja (Author), Škerlep, Andrej (Mentor) More about this mentor... This link opens in a new window, Mencin Čeplak, Metka (Co-mentor)

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Abstract
Naloga skozi zgodovinski pregled išče sledi, v katere je kulturno in teoretično vpet koncept sebstva. Izpostavlja nianse v razumevanju in delovanju človeškega bitja, ki so nas naredile takšne, kot smo danes. Predvsem se osredotoča na imanentno antitetičnost človeške narave, nujnost samorefleksije in samonanašanja ter interpretativne praznine, ki jih v tem krhkem prostoru samoaktualizacij utegnejo zasedati različni avtoritativni diskurzi. Vse pa vodi v en sam zaključek: Naše sebstvo, ki ga v sodobnosti razumemo predvsem v smislu nekakšnega psiholiškega interierja, je pravzaprav spremenljiva, zgodovinsko specifična oblika subjektivnosti, odvisna od vrste družbenih sil in kontekstov. Nastajanje tega psihološkega sebstva se naposled aktualizira skozi prizmo terapevtske družbe oziroma v kontekstu “psy” diskurza. Le-tega razumem kot enega od mnogih aktualnih fenomenov v širši zgodovini performansa sebstva, s pomočjo katerega so vsi veliki pojmi, s katerimi se razumemo in opisujemo preko avtentične samoaktualizacije (od svobode, odgovornosti, samoizpolnitve, moči spremembe in doseganja sreče), zapustili domeno politike in družbenih kompetenc ter zasedli intimno samoprevpraševanje, ki prežema tesnobno eksistenco sodobnih posameznikov. Ko smo torej tako, napol nezavedno, sprejeli etiko psihološkega zdravja, predpostavljenega v terminih avtonomije, smo postali ontološko vezani na projekte izbire in upravljanja lastne identitete, uokvirjene znotraj diskurzivnih in tehnoloških praks moči in vednosti – v našem primeru “psy” diskurza.

Language:Slovenian
Keywords:Sebstvo, subjekt, terapevtski diskurz, psihologija, psihoanaliza
Work type:Master's thesis/paper (mb22)
Organization:FDV - Faculty of Social Sciences
Year:2018
COBISS.SI-ID:35681629 This link opens in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Postmodern self and therapeutic discourse: regulation of old anxieties through new technologies of the self
Abstract:
The work tries to find cultural and theoretical clues that constitute our concepts of the self. It focuses on nuances in our understandings and behaviours of human beings, that made us the kinds of people we are today. The analysis is mostly focused on the immanent antithetic human existence, the necessity of self-reflection and the interpretative voids, which occur in this fragile space of self-actualization and might be filled up by different authoritative discourses. All this leads to one end: our contemporary self understood primarily in the sense of a psychologic interior is basically an ever changing, historycally specific form of subjectivity, dependent on a variety of social forces and contexts. The becoming of this psychological self is actualised in the context of therapeutic society, which is understood as one of many contemporary phenomenons in a long history of the self. “Psy” discourses help move all the big notions, with which we understand and describe ourselves – like freedom, responsibility, self-fulfilment, the power of change and achieving happiness – from the domains of politics and social competences into our most intimate sphere of self-analysis and help create the anxiety filled existence of contemporary individuals. In the moment we almost unconsciously accept the ethics of psychological health understood in terms of freedom, we become ontologically bound to the systems of choice and management of our identity framed in the context of discursive and technological practices of power and knowledge, in our case of “psy” discourse.

Keywords:Self, subject, therapeutic discourse, psychology, psychotherapy

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