Autobiographical and theoretical reflections on the "ontological unconscious"

Contemporary Psychoanalysis 42 (2):233-241 (2006)
In this article I draw on some personal experiences of my own as a springboard for a theoretical discussion of the contextuality of the several varieties of unconsciousness and, in particular, of a form of unconsciousness that I propose to call the ontological unconscious.
Keywords *Autobiography  *Conscientiousness  *Emotional Trauma  *Experiences (Events)  Emotions  Language
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