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A statement in support of the IPA’s work for colleagues internationally from the IPA Violence Committee (PDF download)
David Monnier proposes that to understand capitalism, we must first understand those that implement it.
In our latest episode our guest is one of the most prominent authors in our time: Dr. Fred Bush. He will speak about his new paper: “Self-Criticism as a Lifeline”.
“It is a bit of chocolate for us. We are living in difficult times and we are challenged every day to find what makes us human: solidarity" Virginia Ungar, IPA President, refers to the value of solidarity, in this video. HUMAN, the Movie. GoodPlant Foundation.
This notice is published in relation to a complaint received about a member of the Croatian Psychoanalytical Society
Issue 10: Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Political Culture
This notice is published in relation to a complaint received about a member of the Mexican Psychoanalytical Association (AMP)