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Theology, Psychoanalysis and Trauma Marcus Pound SCM Press (2008) VERITAS Book Series 174 + ref & ix pp. .He argues that trauma is both the basis of the psychoanalytic cure and a powerful metaphor for what takes place in the Eucharist.

He argues that trauma is both the basis of the psychoanalytic cure and a powerful metaphor for what takes place in the Eucharist.

Pound, Marcus (2007). Theology, Psychoanalysis and Trauma. In Belief and Metaphysics. Chandler (Jr), Peter & Cunningham, Conor SCM. 413-425. Post-Secular Political Theology. In Wiley Blackwell Companion to Political Theology. Cavanaugh, William & Scott, Peter Wiley Blackwell. Rose contra Girard: Kenotic Comedy and Social Theory (Or, Žižek as a Reader of Rose). In Misrecognitions: Gillian Rose and the Task of Political Theology. Davis, J. Eugene OR: Cascade Books.

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Theology, Psychoanalysis and Trauma (Veritas). by Marcus Pound, Conor Cunningham, Peter Candler. ISBN 9780334041399 (978-0-334-04139-9) Softcover, Hymns Ancient & Modern Ltd, 2008. Find signed collectible books: 'Theology, Psychoanalysis and Trauma (Veritas)'. Coauthors & Alternates. Learn More at LibraryThing. Marcus Pound at LibraryThing.

Title: Theology, Psychoanalysis and Trauma By: Marcus Pound Format: Paperback Number of Pages: 210 Vendor: SCM Press Publication Date: 2011. Dimensions: . 0 X . 1 X . 4 (inches) Weight: 9 ounces ISBN: 0334041392 ISBN-13: 9780334041399 Stock No: WW041390. Treating Trauma in Christian Counseling. Heather Davediuk Gingrich, Fred C. Gingrich.

Theology, Psychoanalysis and Trauma. he calls a repetition of Lacan through Kierkegaard. Theology, Psychoanalysis and Trauma is the first in what I hope will be many ventures. into dialogue between Radical Orthodoxy and contemporary psychoanalysis. Pound first contends that Kierkegaard anticipates Lacan’s postmodern linguistic turn of psychoanalysis in his pseudonymous. authorship, particularly in his incomplete and posthumously published work, Johannes. However, Kierkegaard supplements the resignation to anxiety and lack of.

He was born in Belfast and only left that idyll to read Law at the University of Kent. There, he came under the influence of the Catholic Marxist, David Mclellan who, despite holding the Chair in Political Theory, decided to also read for a Law degree. Conor was then offered a lectureship in theology, and has since been made an Associate Professor in Theology and Philosophy.

Slavoj Zizek "Marcus Pound's first book is the most important sustained reflection on the relation of Theology and Psychoanalysis to date. His approach is admirably focussed, since it compares the ideas of the theological founder of complex motivational psychology - Soren Kierkegaard - with those of the most sophisticated secular psychoanalytical theorist -Jacques Lacan OZON.

Marcus Pound's book develops a specifically theological form of psychotherapy rooted in liturgy and arising from engagement with postmodern psychoanalysis

Marcus Pound's book develops a specifically theological form of psychotherapy rooted in liturgy and arising from engagement with postmodern psychoanalysis. Postmodern psychoanalysis has been anticipated by theology, and Pound goes further in this claim to argue there has been a return to theology in psychoanalysis. Hymns Ancient & Modern.

Marcus Pound’s book develops a specifically theological form of psychotherapy rooted in liturgy and arising from engagement with postmodern psychoanalysis. Jacques Lacan’s claim that ‘the unconscious is structured like a language’ radically challenged psychoanalysis and Pound uses this as the basis for his work in this volume. Postmodern psychoanalysis has been anticipated by theology, and Pound goes further in this claim to argue there has been a return to theology in psychoanalysis