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Welcome to the . revolution. congress. Peter Rober IFSW KU Leuven. Worries and criticism about the system. Diagnostic labeling Too much medication Emphasis on the brain …. Revolution - hesitations. Look at history… which revolutions can be considered successes? We want change, But…

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revolution

Welcome to the

revolution

congress

Peter Rober

IFSW KU Leuven

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worries and criticism about the system
Worries and criticism about the system
  • Diagnostic labeling
  • Too much medication
  • Emphasis on the brain
  • ….

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revolution hesitations
Revolution - hesitations

Look at history…

which revolutions can be considered successes?

We want change,

But…

  • The system we have may actually be the best there is and the best there has ever been…
  • Where do we want to go?

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utopia
Utopia
  • Book of Thomas More (1516)
  • Utopia = an ideal society
  • Attempts to describe utopias often turn out to be descriptions of dystopias
  • How can we conceive of the ideal society?

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clip chomsky foucault
Clip Chomsky-Foucault

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power and resistance foucault
Power and resistance (Foucault)
  • Resist/challenge
  • Research/try to understand
  • But don’t expect to find a place outside of the discourse – there is no liberation: Resistance does not lead to liberation, but rather to new power relationships, that must be resisted with practices of freedom.

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therapy as liberation view e g narrative therapy

Oppression by society

Therapy-as-liberation view (e.g. narrative therapy)

Therapy

Client

Therapist is liberated

(speaks from a position outside of societal discourse)

Therapy as liberating

or at least as non oppressive

the person and the constitutive society

Client

Outer dialogue

The person and the constitutive society

Society as constitutive through privileging and suppressing

Social discourse

Chaos, incoherence, madness, fragmentation, …

…nothing…

Inner dialogue

dialogical therapy

Therapy

Therapist as dialogical partner

Client

Responsive

interaction

Outer dialogue

reflection

Dialogical therapy

reflection

reflection

reflection

Society as constitutive through privileging and suppressing

Society as constitutive through privileging and suppressing

Inner dialogue

Chaos, incoherence, madness, fragmentation,…

…nothing…

Chaos, incoherence, madness, fragmentation,…

…nothing…

aporia derrida
Aporia(Derrida)
  • Aporia- Ancient Greek: ἀπορία: impasse; puzzlement; doubt; confusion
  • in Derrida’s work this concept functions to highlight the tension-filled nature of seemingly untroubled concepts like gift, hospitality, love and so on.
  • For instance: hospitality as being caught between the absolute ethical imperative and the conditional laws of hospitality.

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clip derrida on the aporia of love
Clip Derrida on the aporia of love

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dialogue mikhail bakhtin
Dialogue (Mikhail Bakhtin)

As a prescriptive concept

  • Some language is dialogical
  • dialogue as an ethical ideal, as opposite of monologue

As a descriptive concept

  • All language is dialogical
  • focus on the dialogical nature of all human meaning making
  • tensionality

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revolution what revolution
Revolution, what revolution?
  • Not: a revolution resulting in a final utopia
  • Rather: an unfinalizable revolution, within the tension between what is and what could be. We have to keep on fighting for a better world, while accepting that this is the best world we have and we have to make do.

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