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When does repression become political? The use of the language of trauma in the context of violence and anxiety (2017)
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Tavares Furtado, H. (2017). When does repression become political? The use of the language of trauma in the context of violence and anxiety. In E. Eklundh, A. Zevnik, & E. P. Guittet (Eds.), Politics of Anxiety, 37-58. Rowman & Littlefield

In the history of psychoanalytical thought, anxiety is described as a form of fear that lacks an object of reference. Anxious individuals live in a condition of free-floating danger, always acting as though their actions could trigger apocalyptic sce... Read More about When does repression become political? The use of the language of trauma in the context of violence and anxiety.