Table of contents for Human being human : culture and the soul / Christopher Hauke.

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Contents
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS (to be written)
FOREWORD (to be written)
LIST OF FILMS
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS (to be compiled)
1 INTRODUCTION: HUMAN BEING OR 'HUMAN NATURE'
PANEL 1: Siena
CHAPTER 2: THINKING IN OPPOSITES
PANEL 2: The washing machine
CHAPTER 3: 'WHO'S IN CHARGE HERE?' KNOWLEDGE, POWER AND HUMAN BEING 
PANEL 3: Secrets, Sex and Being Young
CHAPTER 4: ETHICS AND DIFFERENCE AND DISNEYFICATION 
PANEL 4: "I lived with the speaking clock".
CHAPTER 5: THAT THINKING FEELING
PANEL 5:
What is wrong with "Hollywood" anyway? Making Money and Making Meaning.
CHAPTER 6: IS MODERN CONSCIOUSNESS DIFFERENT? MODERN CONSCIOUSNESS AND THE QUEST FOR SPIRITUALITY
PANEL 6: "Nature must not win the game".
CHAPTER 7: RACISM, INCEST AND THE SPLIT MIND OF MODERNITY: EVERYONE IS NOW A STRANGER AMONG STRANGERS
PANEL 7: What is the double when the original is gone?
CHAPTER 8: TRAUMA, MEMORY AND HUMAN BEING
PANEL 8: Snapping and Shooting
CHAPTER 9: ENDINGS, THE UNCONSCIOUS AND TIME
PANEL 9: The Rise of Revulsion: Spitting and The Stones
CHAPTER 10: ORPHEUS, DIONYSUS AND POPULAR CULTURE 
PANEL 10: Twenty-one Grams
CHAPTER 11: SURVIVING: A CHILD BEING HUMAN 
NOTES TO THE CHAPTERS
INDEX (to be compiled/written)

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Psychoanalysis and culture.
Consciousness.
Jungian psychology.