Memories of a Sadist

Memories of a Sadist

Marcos was an important writer with an incomparable intelligence for literature, his impressive ability to create stories in a short space of time earned him several awards.

Author: Abdenal Carvalho

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ISBN: 1715223012

Category: Fiction

Page: 124

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Categories: Fiction

Memories of a Sadist

Memories of a Sadist

Marcos was an important writer with an incomparable intelligence for literature, his impressive ability to create stories in a short space of time earned him several awards.

Author: Abdenal Carvalho

Publisher:

ISBN: 9798667652090

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Page: 124

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Marcos was an important writer with an incomparable intelligence for literature, his impressive ability to create stories in a short space of time earned him several awards. As well as an expansive recognition in the literary world. His readers were found all over the world and all of his works were a huge sales success. However, due to a certain tendency to exaggerated lust, he ended up contracting a serious illness that put an end to all his possible long-term dreams. In a terminal state, living the last days of his very short existence, he writes his memories on a laptop. That posthumous work would be the revelation of his most shameful and dark side that few knew
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The Correct Sadist

The Correct Sadist

Author: Terence Sellers

Publisher:

ISBN: 1871744458

Category: Sadomasochism

Page: 167

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Categories: Sadomasochism

Denial

Denial

For the purposes of this exposition, the terms sadistic and masochistic are used in a general sense to refer to a ... The masochist's interactions with the sadist may activate the masochist's unconscious childhood memories that are then ...

Author: E.L. Edelstein

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461307372

Category: Medical

Page: 344

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We do not think about everything at once all the time. Various mecha nisms allow us to choose from among the themes, issues, topics, feelings, ideas, and memories that might occupy consciousness. One can focus selectively on anything deemed important; yet the methods by which this is accomplished vary greatly. We clinicians assign to these various mech anisms names that fit whatever theoretical system is central to our work-the healthy suppression of "background noise" allows us to pay attention to certain matters; the repression of unconscious conflict may assist our functioning in one moment despite its later cost; whereas denial and disavowal are used as general and fairly nonspecific terms for matters that are left out of awareness in order to avoid the noxious emotions specific to the personal significance of such awareness. Despite the attitude of scientific objectivity characterizing Freud's introduction of psychoanalysis, an aura of morality clings to certain of these mecha nisms, for we tend to judge people by their use of them. We are a society of doers, people of action and accomplishment who look with disrespect at the avoidance of any responsibility or task. Thus denial has taken on a negative connotation, and those who use this avoidance system are seen as the lesser among us.
Categories: Medical

The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Memory

The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Memory

A sadist provides an individual with memory-enhancing drugs so that the individual would remember more vividly every detail of the torture the sadist is about to inflict on the individual. • An unscrupulous government attempts to inject ...

Author: Sven Bernecker

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 9781317417767

Category: Philosophy

Page: 590

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Memory occupies a fundamental place in philosophy, playing a central role not only in the history of philosophy but also in philosophy of mind, epistemology, and ethics. Yet the philosophy of memory has only recently emerged as an area of study and research in its own right. The Routledge Handbook of Philosophy of Memory is an outstanding reference source on the key topics, problems, and debates in this exciting area, and is the first philosophical collection of its kind. The forty-eight chapters are written by an international team of contributors, and divided into nine parts: The nature of memory The metaphysics of memory Memory, mind, and meaning Memory and the self Memory and time The social dimension of memory The epistemology of memory Memory and morality History of philosophy of memory. Within these sections, central topics and problems are examined, including: truth, consciousness, imagination, emotion, self-knowledge, narrative, personal identity, time, collective and social memory, internalism and externalism, and the ethics of memory. The final part examines figures in the history of philosophy, including Aristotle, Augustine, Freud, Bergson, Wittgenstein, and Heidegger, as well as perspectives on memory in Indian and Chinese philosophy. Essential reading for students and researchers in philosophy, particularly philosophy of mind and psychology, the Handbook will also be of interest to those in related fields, such as psychology and anthropology.
Categories: Philosophy

Literary Trauma

Literary Trauma

Examines representations of political, psychological, and sexual violence in seven novels by American women.

Author: Deborah M. Horvitz

Publisher: SUNY Press

ISBN: 0791447111

Category: Social Science

Page: 169

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Examines representations of political, psychological, and sexual violence in seven novels by American women.
Categories: Social Science

Man Into Wolf An Anthropological Interpretation of Sadism Masochism and Lycanthropy

Man Into Wolf   An Anthropological Interpretation of Sadism  Masochism  and Lycanthropy

67 f., we find what is perhaps the most useful presentation of the facts for our purpose: 'There are present in every individual besides his personal memories the great “primordial images”, as Jacob Burckhardt once aptly called them, ...

Author: Robert Eisler

Publisher: Read Books Ltd

ISBN: 9781446545546

Category: Psychology

Page: 284

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Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive. We are republishing these classic works in affordable, high quality, modern editions, using the original text and artwork.
Categories: Psychology

Transforming Trauma

Transforming Trauma

Chronic Sadistic Abuse Although sadists who kill generate the most publicity , many sadists torture but do not destroy ... The episode was triggered by memories of her father torturing all of the five children in the family over most of ...

Author: Anna Salter

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 080395509X

Category: Family & Relationships

Page: 353

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The premise of this book is that those who do not recognize an internalized perpetrator when they hear one will often be frustrated by the tenacity of the survivor's self blame. Primarily oriented towards treating adult survivors, this book will also be useful for treating sex offenders. Salter also describes the steps of therapy for survivors and proposes that trauma can be transformed rather than just endured.
Categories: Family & Relationships

A PLEA FOR MEMORY

A PLEA FOR MEMORY

Sadist. Cupid. In my perpetual research of life I have made a new discovery It has taken me to uncharted heights And has taught me so verily That which breeds so much happiness Must also stir such unbridled pain Perfect harmony, ...

Author: Olumide Omoyele

Publisher: Author House

ISBN: 9781491886762

Category: Poetry

Page: 118

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A PLEA FOR MEMORY is just that: an entreaty for remembrance. It does not pretend to have the answers to unlocking the secrets of the future. It does, however, claim that by remembering, an understanding of the present is possible. Exactly what one does with knowledge of the umbilical cord connecting the past to the present in one's navigation of the future is a matter of choice. The author hopes only to trigger the reader's imagination. He does not seek to preach an irrational belief or convince of a particular point of view. This work remembers the pasts of various African peoples, records the forceful subjugation of the present and poses the perennial question of the continent's renaissance. It delves into the human condition and immerses itself in the themes of remembrance, history, pain, war, gods and death. The author is unapologetic in his refusal to follow the classic rules of poetry in the belief that freedom of expression must be unconstrained by mere regulations. He tries to abide by his own maxim: of all the freedoms, the greatest is that of thought.
Categories: Poetry