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Modern Institutions, Phenomenal Dissociations, and Destructiveness Toward Humans and the Environment

Environmental theorists frequently argue that human–nature alienations are to blame for the increasingly severe global environmental crisis.

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Climate Change and the Apocalyptic Imagination

This article attempts a psycho-social analysis of the apocalyptic response to actual or imagined disasters and traces two variants of this response – the redemptive and the survivalist.

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Climate Change and Human Flourishing

It is often argued that those concerned about motivating ambitious and proportional responses to profound environmental challenges, such as climate change, must construct a compelling and inspiring vision of an alternative future.

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Psychoanalysis and Climate Change

We seem to be sleep walking towards disaster.

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Climate on the Couch: unconscious processes in relation to our environmental crisis

This paper is an exploration of our psychological attitudes underlying climate change and ecological crisis

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Absorbing the Implications of Climate Change for Health: too much to bear?

This short paper was presented by Judith Anderson at an evening conference 28th September 2011 organised by the Catastrophes and Conflict Committee of the Royal Society of Medicine: Health information & Climate Change: Getting the message across http://www.rsm.ac.uk/academ/ccb03.php

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