Author: Sullivan, Shannon
Source: Philosophy and Geography, Volume 7, Number 1, February 2004, pp. 9-24(16)
This will show you how in psychoanalysis we take spatial ways of looking at things seriously.
Everything throws us back on to the organic relations between subject and space, to that gearing of the subject onto his world which is the origin of space.
Hence we are driven from the individual back to the social structure. If there is a [neurotic] taint, it lies not in the "soul" of the individual but rather in that of the environment.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Department of Philosophy Pennsylvania State University University Park PA USA
Publication date: February 1, 2004