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Marasco E.E.
Pubblicato nel numero: Year XXXXII January – June 2014 – Number 75 – SUPPLEMENT (contributions to XXIII Congr. SIPI “The network of the compensatory functions in the Adlerian theory and practice", Milan, 2012)
Parole chiave: Compensation, Inferiority, Philosophy, Logos, Mythos, Deity, Science, Superstition

Logos and mythos: inferiority and compensations in a psychoanalytic discussion

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Paper presented at the XXIII S.I.P.I. National Congress – “The network of the compensatory functions in the Adlerian theory and practice”, Milan, 2012.

The full article is available for download in Italian only.

Summary.  Science has been able to rise and develop in ancient Greece because its philosophes did not report anything to the deity. Religious beliefs, myths and superstitions have however also later tried to influence the science that, when she has been able to resist such influences, gave the best results, as was the case with Adler that, so he gave full meaning to the Kantian psychology.

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