My reading: Choice for Natalia Kigay

Natalia Kigai, a training analyst, a member of the Moscow Psychoanalytic Society, shares his literary preferences.

“Notebooks. Memories. Essay “” Lidia Ginzburg

Lydia Ginzburg (1902–1990) writes remarkably about literature, but even better – about human inner life. In the era, when the only way to survive for many was the rejection of reflection, she chose her strategy, on the contrary, closely observation of herself and others, a detailed analysis of the internal processes that make a person not free, and thereby gained absolute freedom.

Art-SPB, 768 from.

“Man of the Renaissance” Maxim Osipov

The hero of this book was frozen, hunger, he was lied, he was intimidated – just like his ancestors to the seventh knee. And so he lives – in his head fog, feelings are confused, there is nothing to hope for. He may be a good person, but how do you understand it? A bright event or a fleeting sensation – and a person suddenly listens to himself for the first time and discovers desires, lightness and freedom. Maxim Osipov writes remarkably about such a person – without sentimentality and naivety.

“Responsibility and judgment” Hannah Arendt

Whatever Hannah Arendt wrote about, she explores what changes in the psyche allow a person to do things that we perceive as absolute evil. She explores the birth of evil as a geneticist or crystallograph. For moral judgment, it is important that the impressions of reality do not scatter and do not disappear: if I refuse to remember

Les chercheurs ont étudié 50 enquêtes antérieures et recherches sur l’effet du porno dans lequel plus de 50 000 personnes du monde entier ont participé. Ils étaient intéressés par l’influence de la pornographie sur la vie réelle des deux sexes. Il s’est avéré que si les acheter du kamagra de 18 ans et plus ressemblent à une femme, cela n’affecte pas son bonheur dans sa vie personnelle. Mais les hommes des téléspectateurs sont souvent mécontents de leurs vraies relations et de leurs malheureuses.

, then I’m ready for anything – like the one who does not remember the pain, can have absolutely reckless courage.

Publishing House of the Gaidar Institute, 352 from.

“Unreleased in. G. Korolenko. Journalism 1914–1916. Journalism 1917–1918 “

Corolenko’s journalism is clear, accurate and passionate. It is all the more difficult to see how her topics, gradually changing, testify: if at the beginning of human history there was a word, now it is often powerless. Despite the fact that social matter is torn, and it becomes dangerous to reflect, the writer in his articles appears from year to year to common sense, morality, a sense of self -preservation of man and nation, justice and compassion. Today this call sounds relevant again, but maybe more hope that they will hear it.

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