here are the updated and complete set of episodes:
PresentsMembers of the British Psychoanalytic Society in discussion with guests from Academiain conjunction with Resonance 104.4 FM and on the web and on replay on the station website.a programme bringing complex thinking to contemporary socio-political concerns and dilemmas.Some of Britian’s leading psychoanalysts examine the relationship between psychoanalysis and politics, it asks whether psychoanalysis can help us understand and how we might come to terms with the urgent issues of these troubled times. David Morgan, David Bell, Sally Weintrobe, Phillip Stokoe Jonathan Sklar are joined by discussants to examine whether psychoanalytical insights can illuminate the relationship between social and economic forces and the individual psyche; whether the theoretical insights developed in the clinic are applicable to issues of power, ideology, rationality and control.click on the highlighted section under this sign🏼=========================Frontier PsychoanalystDavid MorganEpisode 1PresentsThe Impact of Power on the Mind of the PoliticianBy Phillip StokoePsychoanalystBPASWithAndrew Conio Director of Fine Arts Kent University.Elizabeth Cotton Middlesex University, LSE.Press here🏼=========================Frontier PsychoanalystDavid MorganPresentsEpisode 2.FundamentalismBy Phillip StokoePsychoanalyst BPASWithRachel Gibbons Psychoanalyst BpasAndrew Conio Director of Fine Arts Kent University.Press here🏼=========================Frontier PsychoanalystDavid MorganPresentsEpisode 3Climate ChangeBy Sally WeintrobePsychoanalyst Bpas.Monday 18th January at 9pm “Climate Change and the Culture of Uncare”WithUlrike Grassinger CounterpointAndrew Conio Director Fine ArtRachel Gibbons Psychoanalyst Bpas.Press here🏼=========================Frontier PsychoanalystDavid MorganPresentsEpisode 4By Dr David Bell Psychoanalyst BpasConsultant Psychiatrist Tavistock Clinic. London.On“Neo-Liberalism is Dangerous for your Mental health”WithRachel Gibbons PsychoanalystAndrew Conio Kent UniversityPhil Stokoe PsychoanalystFernanda Miucci Political EconomistPress here🏼————————————–Frontier PsychoanalystDavid MorganPresentsEpisode 5OnWhistleblowersWithWendy Addison “Speak Up Speak Out” treasury whistleblower.Dr Kim HoltPaediatrician “Patients First”Nicholas Wilson “Mr Ethical”Bank whistleblower.🏼=========================Frontier PsychoanalystDavid MorganPresentsEpisode 6OnMigration trauma and loss.=========================Frontier PsychoanalystDavid MorganpresentsEpisode 7By Dr Jonathan SklarPsychoanalyst BPASOnAlterity -otherness -some psychodynamics of hate and prejudice in Europe🏼WithDr Jonathan SklarFRCPsych. Training analyst, and Fellow BPAS working in full time private practice.Member of the Board of the IPA Formerly head of Psychotherapy department Addenbrookes Hospital. Former Vice President European Psychoanalytic Federation. He taught ‘Ferenczi and contemporary psychoanalysis’ on the MSc psychoanalytic studies at UCL for many years and currently psychoanalysis in CapeTown, Chicago and Eastern European analytic societies. Author of Landscapes of the Dark – history,trauma, psychoanalysis. (Karnac 2011).Roger CasaleCEO New Europeans.netNew Europeans is a civil rights organisation which champions freedom of movement, non-discrimination and the principle of solidarity in Europe.
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I have just discovered the first talk in the series which I found fascinating – many thanks
Is it possible to obtain transcripts for each talk?
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This series is wonderful! Question for Dr. David Bell. He notes the relationship between fear of infantile dependence and reaction to a welfare state as a source of dependence. Is that his original idea, or does he cite another researcher on that? Same question regarding the fear, raised by Social Darwinism, that one is expendable — and the impulse to project expendability on others — like migrants. Is that his original idea, or does he cite someone else? Thanks!!!