[Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self] EBOOK / KINDLE


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  • Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self
  • Susan J. Brison
  • English
  • 05 July 2020
  • 9780691115702

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    [Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self] EBOOK / KINDLE DOWNLOAD ´ GARAKAMI.CO ↠ Susan J. Brison This is a deeply felt and philosophically sophisticated account of Brison's process of recovery following the trauma of rape and attempted murder Brison does an excellent job of drawing on the strength of her own first person narrative while also situating her insights inside of general analysis of trauma sexual assault

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    DOWNLOAD ´ GARAKAMI.CO ↠ Susan J. Brison [Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self] EBOOK / KINDLE This is an incredible book and very difficult to classify Susan Brison is a philosopher who was out for a walk in

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    [Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self] EBOOK / KINDLE Ok as a much younger they this was like a really important book in my development especially the discussion of how sometimes self rebuilding is a project of destroying your own guilt over wanting to kill your abuser Way before triggers this is a book that pretty intelligently broke down uestions of why triggering experienc

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    SUMMARY Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self DOWNLOAD ´ GARAKAMI.CO ↠ Susan J. Brison Susan J. Brison ↠ 1 READ & DOWNLOAD This book traces the author's process of healing after extreme trauma specifically focusing on what that experience tells us about the nature of the self and the power and function of narrative It is very much worth reading for people from all

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    [Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self] EBOOK / KINDLE recovery no longer seems to consist of picking up the pieces of a shattered self or fractured narrative It's facing the fact that there never was a coherent self or story there to begin with 116

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    [Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self] EBOOK / KINDLE Raw and real and helpful I love her discussion of the self and the interdependency of the body and the mind which are often totally separated in the study of philosophy Her stories of her own sexual assault and the trauma that followed were emo

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    [Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self] EBOOK / KINDLE Susan J. Brison ↠ 1 READ & DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD ´ GARAKAMI.CO ↠ Susan J. Brison This is brilliant and powerful Clear articulate and accessible

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    [Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self] EBOOK / KINDLE DOWNLOAD ´ GARAKAMI.CO ↠ Susan J. Brison I'm not sure how to rate this one It was certainly cathartic on one level to read about trauma and especially sexual violence discussed so frankly and in an academic fashion but there are also some things about this book that troubled me politically Another reviewer has pointed out for example the gender essentialism and the tacit trust in the police prisons and the criminal justice system in general I guess in general I

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Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self

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Susan J. Brison ↠ 1 READ & DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD ´ GARAKAMI.CO ↠ Susan J. Brison SUMMARY Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self On July 4 1990 while on a morning walk in southern France Susan Brison was attacked from behind severely beaten sexually assaulted strangled to unconsciousness and left for dead She survived but her world was destroyed Her training as a philosopher could not help her make sense of things and many of her fundamental assumptions about the nature of the self and the world it inhabits were shattered At once a personal narrative of recovery and a philosophical explorati. This is a deeply felt and philosophically sophisticated account of Brison s process of recovery following the trauma of rape and attempted murder Brison does an excellent job of drawing on the strength of her own first person narrative while also situating her insights inside of general analysis of trauma sexual assault narrative the self and the process of recovery I especially appreciated Brison s analysis of the function of narrative in the process of recovery and the ways in which the conditions mechanisms and content of narrative can give some coherence to the diverse understandings of self and accordingly the different ways in which individuals are deeply wounded following a traumatic event The polemic lurking within this text is the way in which as a society and perhaps especially men we are not good at listening to acknowledging and being revolted by the horror and freuent occurrence of sexual assault against women especially Brison s book is well worth reading and I highly recommend it

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Susan J. Brison ↠ 1 READ & DOWNLOAD DOWNLOAD ´ GARAKAMI.CO ↠ Susan J. Brison SUMMARY Aftermath Violence and the Remaking of a Self To envision a future Yet the act of bearing witness she argues facilitates recovery by integrating the experience into the survivor's life's story She also argues for the importance as well as the hazards of using first person narratives in understanding not only trauma but also larger philosophical uestions about what we can know and how we should live Bravely and beautifully written Aftermath is that rare book that is an illustration of its own arguments Booklist. This is brilliant and powerful Clear articulate and accessible Ainsi se tut Zarathoustra she argues facilitates recovery by integrating the experience into the Awakening survivor's life's Call Me By Your Name story She also argues for the importance as well as the hazards of using first person narratives in understanding not only trauma but also larger philosophical uestions about what we can know and how we The Mark of Athena should live Bravely and beautifully written Aftermath is that rare book that is an illustration of its own arguments Booklist. This is brilliant and powerful Clear articulate and accessible