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    whos feeling rd laing? i#m feeling him, its my new favoutrite carpak reading pow

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    Not particularly, but sorting out where we're all going for Christmas is becoming a right pain in the arse.

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    "The Divided Self"? Shit do people still read that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by line by line
    "The Divided Self"? Shit do people still read that?
    Hope so [before moving on to Lacan, that is ...].

    But I always avoid carpaks.

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    before moving on to Lacan, that is ...
    lol!

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    I picked this up second hand the other day. Almost more for the cover than anything else...


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    Laing kicks it!
    "Knots" is great- like being in your very own confused thoughts...
    Not sure about his merits as a psych though

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    Quote Originally Posted by perplexis
    Laing kicks it!
    "Knots" is great- like being in your very own confused thoughts...
    Not sure about his merits as a psych though
    As opposed to the merits of [insert your fave psych here]??

    From the moment of birth, when the stone-age baby first confronts its twentieth-century mother, the baby is subjected to forces of outrageous violence, called love, as its mother and father have been, and their parents, and their parents before them. These forces are mainly concerned with destroying most of the baby's potentialities. This enterprise is on the whole successful. By the time the new human being is fifteen or so, we are left with a being like ourselves, a half-crazed creature, more or less adjusted to a mad world. This is normality in our present age. ===>R.D. Laing


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