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  • The experience of self is partially a narrative of one's history without memory, there is no self. Central to personal histories are accounts of significant relationships and their successes and failures. Accounts of failed relationships tend to gravitate toward two narrative themes: selfpity and guilt. This essay explores some aspects of the nature of guilt and self-pity, the different forms in which they surface, and their relationship to each other.

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Author:Stephen A. Mitchell
Parent Title (English):Psychoanalytic Dialogues Vol. 10 (2000), pp. 713-733.
Document Type:Articles
Year of first Publication:2000
Release Date:2017/11/20
Format:xerox upon request / Fotokopie auf Anfrage
Erich Fromm's Library and Erich Fromm Archive:Articles / Artikel
Licence (German):