8 January 2014
Depsychologizing/deneurologizing modern subjectivity?One-day symposium & Book launch
What does it means to become the (neuro)psychologist of one’s own life. If something is not working in our education, in our marriage, in our work and in society in general we turn to the (neuro)psy-sciences. But is the latter’s paradigm precisely not relying on feeding neuro-psychological theories into the field of research and action? Isn’t therefore, psychology not always already psychologization, and is, concomitantly, neuroscience not always already neurologisation?
The plea to depsychologize and to deneurologize modern subjective is hence rapidly uttered. If you want to know something about man, don’t study the human, don’t study psychology, study psychologization, don’t study neuroscience, study neurologization…
This is however, the place where the snake might bite its own tail. The [...]