Hating in the first person plural donald moss on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers in introducing this collection of 13 recently published essays moss new york u psychoanalytic institute argues that psychoanalytic thinking can help us understand such forms of hatred as terrorism eg. Donald moss begins the preface of hating in the first person plural with a quotation from madame bovary human speech is like a cracked cauldron on which we bang out tunes that make bears dance when we want to move the stars to pity xiii. The essays in this collection cast light on the social political and psychodynamics of structured forms of hatred donald moss argues that such forms of hatred depend first of all upon our capacity to identify and label our targets. Donald moss 49 4 on hating in the first person plural thinking psychoanalytically about racism homophobia and misogyny on the basis of personal cultural and clinical references misogyny. On the basis of personal cultural and clinical references misogyny homophobia and racism are conceptualized as structured forms of hatred grounded in a defensive use of the first person plural voice
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