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Aproximación preliminar al concepto de pulsión de muerte en Freud
Corsi,Paulina;
Revista chilena de neuro-psiquiatría , 2002, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-92272002000400008
Abstract: the death instinct's has been and remains as one of the most controversial postulates of psychoanalysis. this paper attempts to review the basics of death instinct hoping to account for the meaning as well as the implications of it according to freud. in the framework of the last theory of intincts the death instinct or tanatos, as oppossed to the life instinct or eros, represents a basic drive that impels all living organisms to go back to the inorganic state from where they emerged. freud asserts tanatos as a fundamental principle of fight and destruction which manifests itself fastening connections at every and all levels. freud sees the life instinct as a force which enhances cohesion and integration that in turn provides living beings with a drive to counter attack destructiveness. the observation of the clinical phenomena of compulsive repetitions as well as negative therapeutical reaction led freud to a reformulation of his conception of instinct dynamics. freud′s evolution of instinct dynamics is reviewed to foster a better understanding of the meaning of the concept of death instinct and the need that justifies its introduction in a broader reform. the concept of death instinct pointed out to a turning point in psychoanalysis as it revolutionized the understanding of aggresive phenomena in mental functioning.
Perchè storia delle donne
Corsi, Dinora
Storia delle Donne , 2005,
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Donne medievali tra fama e infamia: leges e narrationes
Dinora Corsi
Storia delle Donne , 2011,
Abstract: This paper stresses the shift occurred at the beginning of the 13rd century, in judicial proceedings, from the accusatio of Roman legal tradition to the inquisitio. Due to this upset, trials were instituted per publica vox et fama, i.e. on the grounds of the bad reputation one had in his/her community. As far as women and their history are concerned, the focus is centered on adultery, which is the slanderous crime-sin accusation considered by both laws and public opinion, by writers and other makers of male discourse on women’s good-bad reputation.
Aproximación preliminar al concepto de pulsión de muerte en Freud A Preliminary Approach To Freud's Concept of Death Instinct
Paulina Corsi
Revista Chilena de Neuro-Psiquiatría , 2002,
Abstract: El concepto de "pulsión de muerte" ha sido y continúa siendo uno de los postulados más controvertidos del psicoanálisis. El objetivo del presente artículo es revisar este postulado intentando dar cuenta del sentido y las implicancias del concepto de acuerdo a Freud. En el marco de la última teoría de las pulsiones en el desarrollo freudiano, la pulsión de muerte o Tánatos, en oposición a la pulsión de vida o Eros, representa la tendencia básica, presente en todo ser vivo, a regresar al estado inorgánico desde donde emergió. Freud postula al Tánatos como un principio fundamental de lucha y destrucción, cuya acción se expresa esencialmente atacando los vínculos en todos los ámbitos. Freud sitúa a la pulsión de vida como una fuerza de cohesión e integración, que provee al ser vivo del empuje necesario para contrarrestar lo destructivo. La observación de los fenómenos clínicos de la compulsión a la repetición, así como la reacción terapéutica negativa condujeron a Freud a replantear su concepción de la dinámica pulsional. Se revisa la evolución de la teoría pulsional en Freud, lo que posibilita una mejor comprensión del sentido del concepto de pulsión de muerte y de la necesidad a la que obedece su introducción dentro de una reforma más general. El postulado de la pulsión de muerte marcó un punto de viraje en el psicoanálisis al revolucionar la comprensión de los fenómenos agresivos en la vida mental. The death instinct's has been and remains as one of the most controversial postulates of psychoanalysis. This paper attempts to review the basics of death instinct hoping to account for the meaning as well as the implications of it according to Freud. In the framework of the last theory of intincts the death instinct or Tanatos, as oppossed to the life instinct or Eros, represents a basic drive that impels all living organisms to go back to the inorganic state from where they emerged. Freud asserts Tanatos as a fundamental principle of fight and destruction which manifests itself fastening connections at every and all levels. Freud sees the life instinct as a force which enhances cohesion and integration that in turn provides living beings with a drive to counter attack destructiveness. The observation of the clinical phenomena of compulsive repetitions as well as negative therapeutical reaction led Freud to a reformulation of his conception of instinct dynamics. Freud′s evolution of instinct dynamics is reviewed to foster a better understanding of the meaning of the concept of death instinct and the need that justifies its introduction in a broader reform. Th
Infrared: A Key Technology for Security Systems
Carlo Corsi
Advances in Optical Technologies , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/838752
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Steindl on Stochastic Processes
Marcella Corsi
PSL Quarterly Review , 2012,
Abstract: Steindl’s work on stochastic processes aims to describe the economy as in a state of imbalance, due to the fact that its starting conditions are an accident of history, and nobody has a clue what tomorrow will bring. This does not mean that we cannot imagine a balanced distribution – when the various forces of change are constant – as a way of pointing out certain fundamental characteristics. Such a purpose is compatible with the use of stochastic models, because these also entail the study of systematic phenomena. In fact, what we often describe as ‘random’ is the result of lots and lots of independent forces acting together on a particular phenomenon.
La VAS come strumento di valutazione dei Piani di Sviluppo Rurale
Stefano Corsi
Aestimum , 2008,
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L'impatto delle nuove tecnologie sulle forme di lavoro: una prospettiva europea (Technical Change and Employment: A European Perspective)
Marcella Corsi
Moneta e Credito , 2001,
Abstract: This paper focuses on the role of knowledge within the process of growth and job creation in the European Union. Many features of the so-called knowledge-based economy are connected with the increasing use of information and communication technologies (ICT), that radically changes the conditions for the production and distribution of knowledge as well as its coupling to the production system. Technological change not only stimulates investment in physical capital but also brings to knowledge accumulation: human skills are required to implement, maintain, adapt and use technologies embodied in physical capital. Indeed, as new technologies become more widespread, certain skills may be less in demand--because many tasks once carried out manually are now performed by automated equipment--while the demand for workers able to maintain, program, and develop these sophisticated technologies rise. There is therefore concern that technological change may cause unemployment as the result of a mismatch between the demand for labour and the various skills of workers; in this way it may also increase the polarisation of society by widening the gap in income and employment opportunities between those whose skills have been displaced by new technology and those who create and use it.
The Theory of Economic Change: A Comparative Study of Marshall and the "Classics"
Marcella Corsi
Investigación económica , 2005,
Abstract: Este trabajo trata de responder a dos cuestiones alternativas a la pregunta de Smith cuáles son las causas de la riqueza de las naciones? Por una parte, la teoría del equilibrio marshaliano se enfoca sobre un incremento del beneficio estático y asume que las condiciones de la producción y la demanda para un bien pueden ser consideradas, respecto a peque as variaciones, como dadas prácticamente independientes. Por otra parte, en un perspectiva clásica, el progreso económico consta de un proceso de cambio acumulativo y autoperpetuo: las posiciones establecidas están constantemente bajo presión porque la división del trabajo es inmediatamente una causa y un efecto del progreso económico.
Infrared: A Key Technology for Security Systems
Carlo Corsi
Advances in Optical Technologies , 2012, DOI: 10.1155/2012/838752
Abstract: Infrared science and technology has been, since the first applications, mainly dedicated to security and surveillance especially in military field, besides specialized techniques in thermal imaging for medical diagnostic and building structures and recently in energy savings and aerospace context. Till recently the security applications were mainly based on thermal imaging as surveillance and warning military systems. In all these applications the advent of room temperature, more reliable due to the coolers avoidance, low cost, and, overall, completely integrable with Silicon technology FPAs, especially designed and tailored for specific applications, smart sensors, has really been impacted with revolutionary and new ideas and system concepts in all the infrared fields, especially for security applications. Lastly, the advent of reliable Infrared Solid State Laser Sources, operating up to the Long Infrared Wavelength Band and the new emerging techniques in Far Infrared Submillimeter Terahertz Bands, has opened wide and new areas for developing new, advanced security systems. A review of all the items with evidence of the weak and the strong points of each item, especially considering possible future developments, will be reported and discussed. 1. Historical Introduction Infrared, as part of e.m. spectrum, was discovered by Sir William Herschel as a form of radiation beyond red light. These “calorific rays” renamed infrared rays or infrared radiation (the prefix infra in latin means “below”) were mainly devoted to thermal measurement and for a long time the major advances were due to infrared thermal imaging based on radiometric measurements [1]. The basic laws of IR radiation (Kirchhoff’s law, Stefan-Boltzmann’s law, Planck’s law, and Wien’s displacement law) have been developed many years after the discovery of IR radiation. In 1859, Gustave Kirchhoff found that a material that is a good absorber of radiation is also a good radiator. Kirchhoff’s law states that the ratio of radiated power and the absorption coefficient (1) is the same for all radiators at that temperature, (2) is dependent on wavelength and temperature, and (3) is independent of the shape or material of the radiator. If a body absorbs all radiation falling upon it, it is said to be “black.” For a blackbody the radiated power is equal to the absorbed power and the emissivity (ratio of emitted power to absorbed power) equals one. In 1884, L. E. Boltzmann, starting from the physical principles of thermodynamics, derived the theoretical formula of Black Body Radiation Law, stated
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