Feminist Therapy Institute code of ethics:
Feminist Primitivism – critique the caveman
Plath and Sexton's lifetimes spanned a period of remarkable change in the social role of women in America, and both are obviously feminist poets caught somewhere between the submissive pasts of their mothers and the liberated futures awaiting their daughters....
Why has drag escaped critique from feminists and the …
There is a lot of misinterpretation and ignorance on the feminism cause, but it is there to remain and fight against the rights and comfort of women in the society.
Major Critics of Attachment Therapy
Richard Powers employs this standard for female characters in his novel, Galatea 2.2, made evident through the application of the feminist approach and the dialogical method; however, its semi-autobiographical nature blurs t...
studies became the basis for a critique of past assumptions ..
“All propositions are of equal value” (TLP 6.4)—thatcould also be the fundamental thought of the book. For it employs ameasure of the value of propositions that is done by logic and thenotion of limits. It is here, however, with the constraints on thevalue of propositions, that the tension in the Tractatus ismost strongly felt. It becomes clear that the notions used by theTractatus—the logical-philosophical notions—donot belong to the world and hence cannot be used to express anythingmeaningful. Since language, thought and the world, are all isomorphic,any attempt to say in logic (i.e., in language) “this and this thereis in the world, that there is not” is doomed to be a failure, sinceit would mean that logic has got outside the limits of the world,i.e. of itself. That is to say, the Tractatus has gone overits own limits, and stands in danger of being nonsensical.
A Feminist Critique of Solution Focused Therapy
Psychoanalytic literature on power has focused extensively on the relationships between transference and power. The power differential argument is often based on the psychoanalytic construct of transference. According to traditional analytic literature, client transference and projection results in viewing the therapist as having unrealistic, immense power and, therefore, rendering the client powerless and vulnerable. Following are a few quotes from analytic literature on the construct of transference and power in analysis.