E=mc2 chapter 20 The other in me drinks thee, or the grammar of desire

Here it is the chapter 20 "The other in me drinks thee, or the grammar of desire".
In every profession of care, the offer is to handle the way the inner law of the individual works. While the symptoms speak on behalf of their aesthetical representation, so to speak.
 
It is fundamental to dis-learn the over-structured cultural categories, labels, prejudices.
Biologically speaking, humans are animals. As other animals, humans are driven by a strong, innate and instinctual feeling that addresses the structure of one's behaviour, thoughts and representations in response to certain stimuli. It is the definition of desire. 
The desires themselves are structured on the loss; it is the lack that calls in the desire. Then the grammar of desire is the representation of the way the structure drives and addresses the individuals.

Chapter 21 "Innovative back in the 90s" will be available within a couple of days at most.
As part of the entire working paper, this chapter is as well available in free download under Creative Commons BY-NC-ND (Attribution, Noncommercial, No Derivative).

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