self-alienation

self-alienation

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He also contests Bernard William's postmodern (and pre-Socratic) position that self-reflection results in self-alienation.
In Jung's point of view, a healthy body is someone having a balance between his/her different self-powers and parts; any extravagancy in every part may lead to disorder and cause problems like depression, anxiety, lack of self-confidence, self-alienation, jealousy and loss in mental health.
These are powerlessness, normlessness, isolation, meaninglessness and self-alienation (self-estrangement) (Sarros, et al.
In this chapter, Miller takes the reader on a trek from the base of a mountain--where he introduces his own early attempts at theorizing about stuff based upon the structuralist ideas of Levi-Strauss--up the cliffs to a Marxist perspective centered around self-alienation and oppression under the power of stuff, where every object we create develops its own interests, gains agency, and slowly defines who we are as humans.
Yes, she estranges her hand from her consciousness, secretly enjoying her companion's desire at the price of self-alienation, and maintaining in him a state of mere "sentimental speculation.
The colonized is seemingly locked into a cycle of oppression, a material condition that catalyzes the psychological complex of self-alienation.
In fact, man's naming of woman (parallel to the naming of the animals) only happens when human self-alienation from God enters the picture and begins to be felt also in the relationship between woman and man.
The DPJ must now end the public's self-alienation from politics and let Kan's re-election become the first step toward further advancement of democracy in Japan.
People who disapprove of his new best friends as well as his self-alienation from the Palestinian issues he once claimed to support tend to think, 'Oh well
But Helgerson, mindful of Garcilaso's constant attention to loss and self-alienation, asks: "Can this be the voice of imperial triumph, the voice of the new Rome?
rather than leading to true fulfillment of the person, results in a progressive self-alienation.
Furthermore, the poverty of their own lived experiences, their presumed lack of stories to tell about themselves, demonstrates their self-alienation, their inability to contemplate themselves in ways that suggest personal shame.