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Plaćanje pre slanja
Pogovor - Muradif Kulenović
Prevod - Višnja Špiljak
Izdavač - Naprijed, Zagreb
Godina - 1987
XIV + 367 strana
Edicija - Biblioteka Psiha
Povez - Tvrd
Stanje - Kao na slici, tekst bez podvlačenja
1. Ljudska priroda i heroizam
I DEO - DUBINSKA PSIHOLOGIJA HEROIZMA
2. Strah od smrti
3. Preinačenje nekih temeljnih psihoanalitičkih predodžbi
4. Čovjekov karakter kao bitna laž
5. Psihoanalitičar Kjerkegor
6. Problem Frojdova karaktera, noch einmal
II DEO - NEUSPJESI HEROIZMA
7. Opčinjenost osobama - splet nesloboda
8. Otto Rank i zatvaranje psihoanalize na Kierkegaardu
9. Sadašnji doseg psihoanalize
10. Opći pogled na mentalne bolesti
III DEO - OSVRT I ZAKLJUČCI - DVOUMICE HEROIZMA
11. Psihologija i religija: Što je herojski pojedinac?
Kazalo imena i pojmova
MURADIF KULENOVIĆ - Poricanje smrti ili Ernest Becker
"The basic premise of The Denial of Death is that human civilization is ultimately an elaborate, symbolic defense mechanism against the knowledge of our mortality, which in turn acts as the emotional and intellectual response to our basic survival mechanism. Becker argues that a basic duality in human life exists between the physical world of objects and a symbolic world of human meaning. Thus, since humanity has a dualistic nature consisting of a physical self and a symbolic self, we are able to transcend the dilemma of mortality through heroism, by focusing our attention mainly on our symbolic selves. This symbolic self-focus takes the form of an individual's "immortality project" (or causa sui), which is essentially a symbolic belief-system that ensures oneself is believed superior to physical reality. By successfully living under the terms of the immortality project, people feel they can become heroic and, henceforth, part of something eternal; something that will never die as compared to their physical body. This, in turn, gives people the feeling that their lives have meaning, a purpose, and are significant in the grand scheme of things.
Becker argues that the arbitrariness of human-invented immortality projects makes them naturally prone to conflict. When one immortality project conflicts with another, it is essentially an accusation of 'wrongness of life', and so sets the context for both aggressive and defensive behavior. Each party will want to prove its belief system is superior, a better way of life. Thus these immortality projects are considered a fundamental driver of human conflict, such as in wars, bigotry, genocide, and racism.
Another theme running throughout the book is that humanity's traditional "hero-systems", such as religion, are no longer convincing in the age of reason. Science attempts to serve as an immortality project, something that Becker believes it can never do, because it is unable to provide agreeable, absolute meanings to human life. The book states that we need new convincing "illusions" that enable us to feel heroic in ways that are agreeable. Becker, however, does not provide any definitive answer, mainly because he believes that there is no perfect solution. Instead, he hopes that gradual realization of humanity's innate motivations, namely death, can help to bring about a better world."
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Beker The Denial Of Death