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A morte da culpa na responsabilidade contratual; The guilt death within the contract responsibility

Catalan, Marcos Jorge
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 11/05/2011 PT
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Esta pesquisa tem, por hipótese, a morte da culpa na responsabilidade contratual e, por objeto, aferir se o aludido elemento subjetivo pode (ou não) ser suprimido da arquitetura jurídica da responsabilidade contratual. Vale resgatar que, se é certo não sem vozes em sentido oposto que, em muitos momentos, o direito contratual não reservou papel algum à culpa, em outros tantos instantes, na visão da doutrina majoritária, ela continua a brilhar como em seus momentos de maior esplendor. A tese estrutura-se em quatro capítulos, metodologicamente alinhados às correntes pós-positivistas do Direito e projetados a partir de uma matriz teórica-crítica em busca da compreensão do fenômeno jurídico recortado para fins de investigação. Em um primeiro momento, explora-se a travessia da responsabilidade civil para o direito de danos. Nesse percurso, (a) analisa-se o contexto em que exsurgem as primeiras codificações; (b) identificam-se as balizas utilizadas pelo Estado Liberal na configuração do dever de reparar; e (c) demonstra-se que os mitos erigidos no Liberalismo perderam sua utilidade no processo de conformação da responsabilidade contratual contemporânea. O caminho conduziu também (d) à compreensão sobre o papel dos princípios constitucionais na intelecção do fenômeno obrigacional; (e) à percepção das razões pelas quais a Modernidade fora deixada para trás; (f) à identificação das principais características da contemporaneidade; e (g) à percepção das consequências mais visíveis da ruptura do paradigma Moderno na conformação da responsabilidade contratual. No capítulo subsequente...

A integração da culpa e do risco na responsabilidade civil dos acidentes de trabalho; The integration of guilt and risk in civil liability of work-related accidents

Oliveira, Luciana Estevan Cruz de
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 06/05/2013 PT
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A ordem jurídica estabelece normas de proteção à saúde e ao meio ambiente do trabalho que impõe deveres aos empregadores e, por outro lado, conferem direitos subjetivos aos trabalhadores a um ambiente laboral salubre. A falha nessa rede protetiva enseja o acidente do trabalho, que é um evento, súbito ou paulatino, que causa danos morais e patrimoniais à saúde do trabalhador, sendo decorrente do próprio exercício da atividade profissional. A responsabilidade por esses acidentes trilhou uma evolução desde a perseguição da culpa até sua desconsideração e direcionamento pelo risco. O desequilíbrio provocado pelos acidentes do trabalho fez com que o próprio Estado garantisse o pagamento de um benefício de caráter alimentar aos trabalhadores mutilados, por meio do seguro social. Entretanto, devido à insuficiência desse pagamento pelo ente estatal, o empregado socorrese aos postulados do direito civil para complementar por inteiro sua indenização pelos prejuízos sofridos. A responsabilidade civil é, atualmente, sedimentada pelo descumprimento de deveres contratuais de segurança pelo empregador e o risco da atividade econômica, haja vista que o empregador que aufere as vantagens deve suportar os ônus. Em paralelismo à responsabilidade do Estado...

Financial guilt and crisis : exploring marketing opportunities to Southern European Countries

Ferreira, Filipe Príncipe
Fonte: Universidade Católica Portuguesa Publicador: Universidade Católica Portuguesa
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado
Publicado em 07/03/2014 ENG
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Southern European Countries have been hit by a crisis which has implied deep and fast mutations of the social and economical reality surrounding consumers. Therefore, the consumer himself has changed his vision, behavior, habits, values and beliefs towards the external environment. Thus, it is of crucial importance for companies’ marketing to understand and respond to the crisis correctly, not only focusing on the reorganization of the structural costs most are conducting, but also in the modifications on consumers’ attitude. This article allows us to understand more deeply the new consumer and how guilty appeals can reply in fulfilling their necessities. More precisely, it will focus on and discuss the use of financial guilt during crisis periods and how companies can take advantage of it. For this purpose, the results of an international research in Portugal, Spain, Italy and Greece will be discussed.

Development of Instruments to Assess Shame and Guilt in Adolescents: Empirical Differences Between the Constructs

Laskoski,Lorena Maria; Natividade,Jean Carlos; Hutz,Claudio Simon
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo, Faculdade de Filosofia Ciências e Letras de Ribeirão Preto Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo, Faculdade de Filosofia Ciências e Letras de Ribeirão Preto
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/08/2013 EN
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Shame and guilt are terms easily mixed in everyday life and often used as synonyms. Although they are words of similar use, they represent theoretically different moral emotions. The aims of this study were to develop and validate instruments to assess shame and guilt and to test the empirical independence of the constructs. Five hundred and eighty high school students from three Brazilian states participated in this study, 55% of them female, with an average age of 16.0 years. The participants answered a questionnaire containing socio demographic questions and scales designed for this study in order to assess shame and guilt. The scales developed gave appropriate evidence of validity and reliability. A single factor was extracted to assess shame and two factors to assess guilt (recognition of mistake and regret). The constructs revealed to be correlated, but independent. It is considered that there is sufficient evidence to affirm that shame and guilt are emotions with distinctive peculiarities and can be measured using the instruments developed in this research.

Neural systems for guilt from actions affecting self versus others

Morey, Rajendra A.; McCarthy, Gregory; Selgrade, Elizabeth S.; Seth, Srishti; Nasser, Jessica D.; LaBar, Kevin S.
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Guilt is a core emotion governing social behavior by promoting compliance with social norms or self-imposed standards. The goal of this study was to contrast guilty responses to actions that affect self versus others, since actions with social consequences are hypothesized to yield greater guilty feelings due to adopting the perspective and subjective emotional experience of others. Sixteen participants were presented with brief hypothetical scenarios in which the participant’s actions resulted in harmful consequences to self (guilt-self) or to others (guilt-other) during functional MRI. Participants felt more intense guilt for guilt-other than guilt-self and guilt-neutral scenarios. Guilt scenarios revealed distinct regions of activity correlated with intensity of guilt, social consequences of actions, and the interaction of guilt by social consequence. Guilt intensity was associated with activation of the dorsomedial PFC, superior frontal gyrus, supramarginal gyrus, and anterior inferior frontal gyrus. Guilt accompanied by social consequences was associated with greater activation than without social consequences in the ventromedial and dorsomedial PFC, precuneus, posterior cingulate, and posterior superior temporal sulcus. Finally...

An Experimental Decision-Making Paradigm to Distinguish Guilt and Regret and Their Self-Regulating Function via Loss Averse Choice Behavior

Wagner, Ullrich; Handke, Lisa; Dörfel, Denise; Walter, Henrik
Fonte: Frontiers Media S.A. Publicador: Frontiers Media S.A.
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em 22/10/2012 EN
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Both guilt and regret typically result from counterfactual evaluations of personal choices that caused a negative outcome and are thought to regulate human decisions by people’s motivation to avoid these emotions. Despite these similarities, studies asking people to describe typical situations of guilt and regret identified the social dimension as a fundamental distinguishing factor, showing that guilt but not regret specifically occurs for choices in interpersonal (social) contexts. However, an experimental paradigm to investigate this distinction systematically by inducing emotions of guilt and regret online is still missing. Here, extending existing procedures, we introduce such a paradigm, in which participants choose in each trial between two lotteries, with the outcome of the chosen lottery (gain or loss) being either assigned to themselves (intrapersonal trials) or to another person (interpersonal trials). After results of both the chosen and the unchosen lottery were shown, subjects rated how they felt about the outcome, including ratings of guilt and regret. Trait Guilt (TG) was determined for all participants in order to take their general inclination to experience guilt into account. Results confirmed that guilt but not regret specifically occurred in an interpersonal context. Percentages of loss averse choices (choosing the lottery with the lower possible monetary loss) were determined as indicators of regulation via guilt and regret avoidance. High TG scorers generally made more loss averse choices than low TG scorers...

Anticipated Guilt and Ethical Consumption: The Moderating Role of Consumers’ Socially Responsible Consumption Behaviour

Spence, Sabrina
Fonte: Brock University Publicador: Brock University
Tipo: Electronic Thesis or Dissertation
ENG
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Recent research in the marketing literature has indicated that, while consumers’ interests in ethical products are growing, demand for such products still remains weak. Previous research has indicated that anticipated guilt can have a positive effect on ethical consumption. Thus, the objective of the current study is to investigate the moderating role of consumers’ socially responsible consumption behaviour (SRCB) on the relationship between anticipated guilt and ethical consumption. Specifically, the current study hypothesizes that, when viewing a guilt ad, high (vs. low) SRCB individuals will generate higher, ethical purchase intentions, willingness to pay an ethical premium, and attitudes toward an ethical brand. The findings from the two experimental studies indicate that, when viewing a guilt ad for an ethical product, high SRCB individuals are willing to pay a higher ethical premium and generate more favourable brand attitudes than low SRCB individuals. However, when viewing a non-guilt ad, high SRCB individuals did not differ from low SRCB individuals in their willingness to pay an ethical premium or brand attitudes. Further, consumers’ socially conscious self-identity was explored as a mediator of these effects. By understanding the moderating role that SRCB plays in the relationship between anticipated guilt and ethical consumption...

The failure of guilt : developing a theoretical framework

Mitchell, John
Fonte: Universidade Nacional da Austrália Publicador: Universidade Nacional da Austrália
Tipo: Thesis (Masters); Master of Philosophy (MPhil)
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Guilt is the intrapsychic manifestation of the tension which necessarily exists between the individual and society. Its centrality to human functioning is reflected in both this conceptual definition and the multitude of contexts in which it is found. Given the significance of guilt to the human condition, the absence of a coherent theoretical framework for understanding guilt is alarming. The primary difficulty in defining and conceptualising guilt is found in its inherent logical inconsistency. Guilt involves an intrapsychic conflict wherein both sides of the conflict are the self. For example, both the desire to do a specific act and the distaste for doing that act are representative of self. But which one is truly the self? This is a long standing logical problem which can be formulated in the question, "how can a disunity exist within a unity?" Any coherent account of guilt must be able to overcome the problem inherent to a unity of disunity. Given that the conflict occurs within the self, the account of guilt must begin with a system of self which provides for the apparent existence of a disunity within a unity. One such system of self views the self as a function of the process of self-regulation. The process of self­ regulation can be understood in terms of a negative feedback loop wherein an input (perception) is compared with a standard to produce an output (behaviour...

Shame, guilt, depression, anxiety, and substance use amongst professional counsellors in Australia

King, D.; Proeve, M.
Fonte: Thomson Publishers Publicador: Thomson Publishers
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2007 EN
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This co-relational research examined the relationship between proneness to shame and guilt, depression, anxiety, and substance misuse amongst professional counsellors in Australia. Shame and guilt have been argued to have unique implications for one’s thoughts, feelings, and behaviours. Shame involves the harmful criticism of one’s self, whereas guilt involves the more adaptive and prosocial criticism of one’s actions. Trait shame and guilt have been reported to have direct links to psychopathological symptoms and may also be associated with substance misuse. The present study examined these two emotions within a counselling context. Eight hundred and seventy-six professional counsellors in Australia were recruited using a multiple mailing method (40.8% overall response rate). Results suggested that professional counsellors in Australia tend to more guilt-prone than shame-prone, exhibit low levels of depression and anxiety, and do not engage in harmful levels of alcohol, nicotine, and caffeine use.; http://www.cphjournal.com/journals/vol_03_1.php; Daniel King, Michael Proeve

Association between parental guilt and oral health problems in preschool children

Carvalho, Thiago Saads; Abanto, Jenny; Mendes, Fausto Medeiros; Raggio, Daniela Prócida; Bonecker, Marcelo
Fonte: SOCIEDADE BRASILEIRA DE PESQUISA ODONTOLOGICA; SAO PAULO Publicador: SOCIEDADE BRASILEIRA DE PESQUISA ODONTOLOGICA; SAO PAULO
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Parents may feel guilty about their children's oral problems, which can affect their quality of life. The aim of this study was to assess the presence of parental guilt and its association with early childhood caries (EGG), traumatic dental injuries (TDI) and malocclusion (AMT) in preschool children. All 2 to 5 year-old children (N = 305), and their parents, seeking dental care at the University of Sao Paulo Dental School one-week Screening Programme, were asked to participate in the study, and 260 agreed. Children were examined by two calibrated dentists, and their parents answered a socioeconomic and ECOHIS questionnaire; the question on guilt was used as the dependent variable. Regression analyses examined the association between parental guilt and EGG, TDI, AMT and socioeconomic factors. A total of 35.8% of parents felt guilty. This was only associated with caries severity. No association was found between guilt and TDI, AMT or socioeconomic factors. EGG was present in 63.8% of the children; the mean (+/-sd) dmf-t score was 7.29 (+/-2.78). Thus, the number of parents feeling guilty increases with the increase of their children's dental caries severity. Parental guilt is related to caries but is not associated with TDI or AMT.; CAPES; CAPES; CNPq; CNPq; FAPESP; FAPESP

El principio de la culpabilidad en el derecho disciplinario; The principle of guilt in disciplinary law

Acosta González, Marlly; Ariza, Ricardo
Fonte: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada; Facultad de Derecho; Especialización en Derecho Sancionatorio Publicador: Universidad Militar Nueva Granada; Facultad de Derecho; Especialización en Derecho Sancionatorio
Tipo: bachelorThesis; Trabajo de grado Formato: pdf; pdf
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La sujeción que debe el derecho disciplinario a la Constitución implica que además de garantizar los fines del Estado Social de Derecho, debe reconocer los derechos fundamentales que rigen nuestro ordenamiento jurídico, siendo la culpabilidad uno de ellos según lo consagrado en el artículo 29 Superior en virtud del cual “Toda persona se presume inocente mientras no se le haya declarado judicialmente culpable”. Es decir, que en nuestro sistema jurídico ha sido proscrita la responsabilidad objetiva y, por lo tanto, la culpabilidad es “Supuesto ineludible y necesario de la responsabilidad y de la imposición de la pena lo que significa que la actividad punitiva del estado tiene lugar tan sólo sobre la base de la responsabilidad subjetiva de aquellos sobre quienes recaiga . Principio constitucional que recoge el artículo 14 del C.D.U. acusado, al disponer que “en materia disciplinaria queda proscrita toda forma de responsabilidad objetiva y las faltas sólo son sancionables a título de dolo o culpa”.; The subjection to be disciplinary law to the constitution implies that in addition to ensuring the purpose of rule of law fundamental rights must recognize that govern our legal system, one being guilt as enshrined in Article 29 Superior under which "everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty according to law.” That is...

Association between parental guilt and oral health problems in preschool children

Carvalho,Thiago Saads; Abanto,Jenny; Mendes,Fausto Medeiros; Raggio,Daniela Prócida; Bönecker,Marcelo
Fonte: Sociedade Brasileira de Pesquisa Odontológica - SBPqO Publicador: Sociedade Brasileira de Pesquisa Odontológica - SBPqO
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/12/2012 EN
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Parents may feel guilty about their children's oral problems, which can affect their quality of life. The aim of this study was to assess the presence of parental guilt and its association with early childhood caries (ECC), traumatic dental injuries (TDI) and malocclusion (AMT) in preschool children. All 2 to 5 year-old children (N = 305), and their parents, seeking dental care at the University of São Paulo Dental School one-week Screening Programme, were asked to participate in the study, and 260 agreed. Children were examined by two calibrated dentists, and their parents answered a socioeconomic and ECOHIS questionnaire; the question on guilt was used as the dependent variable. Regression analyses examined the association between parental guilt and ECC, TDI, AMT and socioeconomic factors. A total of 35.8% of parents felt guilty. This was only associated with caries severity. No association was found between guilt and TDI, AMT or socioeconomic factors. ECC was present in 63.8% of the children; the mean (± sd) dmf-t score was 7.29 (± 2.78). Thus, the number of parents feeling guilty increases with the increase of their children's dental caries severity. Parental guilt is related to caries but is not associated with TDI or AMT.

Manage your Invenio local patches using guilt : my share of idioms, tricks and lessons learned

Jorba, Ferran
Fonte: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona Publicador: Universidade Autônoma de Barcelona
Tipo: Conferência ou Objeto de Conferência Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em //2013 ENG
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How to use guilt to keep your local modifications to an external software like Invenio

The roles of empathy, shame, and guilt in violence decision-making

Trivedi-Bateman, Neema
Fonte: University of Cambridge; Institute of Criminology Publicador: University of Cambridge; Institute of Criminology
Tipo: Thesis; doctoral; PhD
EN
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The roles of shame and guilt, and their relationships to empathy, have not been modelled adequately as key factors in moral decision-making in the study of violence. This research will test the different roles of empathy, shame, and guilt in violence decision-making using a Situational Action Theory perspective. Qualitative in-depth interviews were carried out with a violent offender subsample taken from the longitudinal Peterborough Adolescent and Young Adult Development Study (PADS+) in order to explore the role of moral emotion in specific real-life violent events. In addition, quantitative questionnaire indices enable comparison of the violent offender subsample with the remaining PADS+ study sample. Persistent offenders report significantly lower levels of empathy, shame and guilt on the quantitative indices, and weak empathy, shame, and guilt in their detailed recollections of specific acts of violence, e.g., ?there?s not much guilt involved in the whole situation to be honest? (Sam, interview 39). The primary conclusion is that individuals with weak empathy, shame, and guilt are more likely to commit acts of violence. These study findings give insight into the real world, situational application of empathy, shame, and guilt...

Pungente vislumbre: a triste infalibilidade da culpa; A pungent glimpse: the sad infallibility of guilt

Castro, Thales Augusto Barretto de
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Faculdade de Filosofia, Letras e Ciências Humanas
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; ; ; ; ; ; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/12/2012 POR
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O crime do professor de Matemática, de Clarice Lispector, aborda a necessidade inconsciente de punição advinda do sentimento de culpa, que constitui elemento inexorável da psique humana. O espelhamento do homem em seu animal o conduz à aproximação de uma possível consciência deste transtorno, fato que culmina no irremissível abandono do cão. Com base nos ensaios O estranho e O mal-estar na civilização, de Sigmund Freud, almeja-se entender a origem da dolente identificação entre estes dois personagens narrada no conto, bem como o corolário da cultura, responsável pela tristeza humana com a qual o professor irremediavelmente se coaduna.; O crime do professor de matemática, by Clarice Lispector, addresses the unconscious need for punishment arising from the feeling of guilt, which is an inexorable element of the human psyche. The man's mirroring in his pet leads him to an approximation of a possible awareness of this disorder, which culminates in the unavoidable abandonment of the dog. Based on Sigmund Freud's essays Das Unheimliche and Das Unbehagen in der Kultur, we aim at understanding the origin of the doleful identification between these two characters in the narrated story, as well as the corollary of the culture that is responsible for the human sadness which the teacher is inevitably part of.; In O crime do professor de matemática von Clarice Lispector geht es um das unbewusste Bedürfnis nach Strafe...

Exploring Shame and Guilt When it Matters Most: How Our Reactions to Personally Relevant Transgressions Relate to Well-Being or Distress

Barnard, Laura
Fonte: Universidade Duke Publicador: Universidade Duke
Tipo: Dissertação
Publicado em //2013
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After the committing of an error or transgression, some people are prone to experience shame (they feel badly about themselves) and some are prone to experience guilt (they tend to feel badly about their action or inaction). Although a sizable number of researchers have examined how shame and guilt relate to distress or health, the field knows very little about whether persons are more prone to shame or whether shame is more strongly associated with distress when the error is particularly relevant to the offender's sense of self. The current research aims to address this significant gap in the literature.

One domain in which people's self-view and sense of worth is often heightened is their work or vocation. Clergy have been shown to collapse who they are with what they do or are called to do in their role as pastor. Therefore, a measure that uses failures that clergy may experience in their role was created to examine how this domain specific shame and guilt relate to general shame and guilt, positive and negative affect, and clergy burnout.

Student pastors generated items for the new scale of domain specific shame and guilt. Seminary students completed questionnaires online and were asked to complete the new measure again one month later to establish test-retest reliability. Factor analyses were run to examine the structure of the shame and guilt scales. A secondary factor analysis found that the four guilt factors all loaded onto one second-order factor and the three shame factors all loaded onto another second-order factor. Cronbach's alpha and test-retest reliability were strong. Construct validity was established. Next...

Group-based guilt as a predictor of commitment to apology

McGarty, Craig; Pedersen, Anne; Leach, Colin; Mansell, Tamarra; Waller, Julie; Bliuc, Ana-Maria
Fonte: The British Psychological Society Publicador: The British Psychological Society
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
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Whether the Australian government should officially apologize to Indigenous Australians for past wrongs is hotly debated in Australia. The predictors of support amongst non-Indigenous Australians for such an apology were examined in two studies. The first study (N = 164) showed that group-based guilt was a good predictor of support for a government apology, as was the perception that non-Indigenous Australians were relatively advantaged. In the second study (N = 116) it was found that group-based guilt was an excellent predictor of support for apology and was itself predicted by perceived non-Indigenous responsibility for harsh treatment of Indigenous people, and an absence of doubts about the legitimacy of group-based guilt. National identification was not a predictor of group-based guilt. The results of the two studies suggest that, just as individual emotions predict individual action tendencies, so group-based guilt predicts support for actions or decisions to be taken at the collective level.

Sense of guilt in freudian work: universal and unconscious; Sentimiento de culpa en la obra freudiana: universal e inconsciente; La culpabilité chez freud: universal et inconscient; Sentimento de culpa na obra freudiana: universal e inconsciente

Gellis, André; Hamud, Maria Isabel Lima
Fonte: Universidade de São Paulo. Instituto de Psicologia Publicador: Universidade de São Paulo. Instituto de Psicologia
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
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In the project entitled "Genesis and Development of the Concept of Sense of Guilt in the Freudian Work", the research aims to "investigate the theoretical trajectory of the sense of guilt in the Freudian work". That research has many results. We choose to talk about the duality "universal guilt/ individual guilt" and the unconscious guilt. First, the universality of the sense of guilt is discussed, which appears constantly in religion; but also we discuss specific demands Superego do to Ego. Besides, the unconscious guilt appears several times, culminating in the discussion about how feelings can be unconscious.; El proyecto de investigación que da origen a este artículo tuvo como objetivo general "estudiar la trayectoria teórica de la noción de sentimiento de culpa en la obra freudiana". Entre los resultados obtenidos, optamos por analizar específicamente la dualidad "culpa universal/culpa individual" y la cualidad inconsciente atribuida a la culpa. En la constatación de la dualidad de la culpa tratamos sobre la universalidad del sentimiento en cuestión - que aparece constantemente en formas de religiosidad - y profundizamos acerca de la demanda específica del Superyo al Yo. La calidad inconsciente de la culpa aparece innumerables veces...

A PREGUIÇA, A CULPA E O TEMPO: REFLEXÕES SOBRE O LAZER CONTEMPORÂNEO; LAZINESS, GUILT AND TIME: REFLECTIONS ON CONTEMPORARY LEISURE.; LA PEREZA, LA CULPA Y EL TIEMPO: REFLEXIONES SOBRE EL OCIO CONTEMPORÁNEO

Almeida, Marco Bettine; Gutierrez, Gustavo Luis
Fonte: ANPEL Publicador: ANPEL
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
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Este ensaio apresentará uma reflexão sobre o lazer, e as características da sociedade contemporânea, ilustrando alguns dos aspectos constitutivos da sociedade contemporânea, como a dessacralização do sagrado, os processos de racionalização de mundo e a mercantilização das relações, para desenvolver uma definição de lazer. O lazer, portanto, é uma forma de conhecer o mundo e sua característica principal é o tempo livre com divertimento, ludicidade e prazer. Esta concepção inicial será confrontada com as questões apresentadas no filme O Cheiro do Ralo, procurando destacar aspectos como a preguiça, a culpa e uma concepção linear de tempo. Finalmente, o texto tenta apontar as contribuições teóricas deste confronto entre o lazer, percebido no contemporâneo, e o filme em questão. ; This essay will present a reflection on leisure, and the characteristics of contemporary society, illustrating some of the constitutive aspects of contemporary society, such as the desecration of the sacred, the process of rationalization of the world and the commodification of relationships, to develop a definition of leisure. The pleasure, therefore, is a way of knowing the world and its main feature is the free time with fun, playfulness and pleasure. This initial design will be confronted with the issues presented in the film Drained...

The need to understand the emotions of anger, fear and guilt when counselling religious cult victims

Pretorius,S.P.
Fonte: Koers Publicador: Koers
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2008 EN
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Victims of religious cults are systematically influenced by the beliefs, teachings and practices of the group to adopt the identity and personality befitting the religious cult. This cult identity and personality that is believed to be God-pleasing views the outside world as evil and a threat to the spiritual well-being of cult members. In order to maintain cult members in a state which is supposedly pure and free from contamination by the evil world, they are taught to cultivate an antagonistic and resistant attitude towards any doctrine or person contradicting the cult's views. Any attempt by an "outsider" to communicate with cult members is prohibited. Any attempt to counsel cult members must be preceded by the establishment of a trust relationship that will overcome the resistance and open up communication. The counselling process that follows should address the emotional conditions of anger, false guilt and fear in order to restore the person's self-worth and ability to adapt to the outside world. This article contends that addressing false guilt, anger and fear is an important and necessary phase in the process of helping cult members to recover and reintroducing them to the world.