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Uri Hadar

Uri Hadar is Professor of Psychology at Tel Aviv University, Israel, where he teaches an innovative course on the psychology of occupation. His research focuses on psychoanalysis and language and he has published two books on psychoanalytic psychotherapy as well as various articles on why we gesture when we speak, how the brain retrieves lexical information and how
these mechanisms are intrinsically related. He is also a member of Psychoactive–Mental Health Professionals for Human Rights, which promotes the rights of Palestinians under Israeli occupation.

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Psychoanalysis and Social Involvement
Interpretation and Action

Palgrave Macmillan
What is the ethical anchoring of psychoanalysis? What does it mean to be a subject and how is it different from being a self? Is analytic psychotherapy doomed...
Uri Hadar

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