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CHECK MATE AND WORD GAMES
by CARLOS TORTOZA   

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Psychology

Publisher:  Outskirts Pres, Inc ISBN-10:  1598002880 Type: 
Pages: 

196

Copyright:  Sep 30, 2005
Non-Fiction

Remote chess take chess and bring friends. The text in Check Mate has double approach and is based on true facts of a postal chess match between two friends who lived 300 miles away. Part of the Postal Chess Brazilian Goblet 1991, the match started on september 13th, 1991 and terminated on february 18th, 1993. Letter after letter, move after move, besides the match, their personal communication was extended and included diverse subjects which ended up in an academic debate about human behavior and beyond life experiences.

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CHECK MATE AND WORD GAMES

Well, the perception of the linking between the cited elements starts to facilitate the opening of horizon, through the deepening in the psychoanalytic question: A long History Freud studied at the time where the mental sick people were treated already by neurological psychiatry: sick people who presented some symptom without neurological evidence were relegated to the pretense stigma, and therefore not possible of treatment.
Between these cases of hysteric women occurred mainly; I notice well, I cited women! And only women! Why it will be that it would hysteria it only reached the women? It was what Freud asked for himself.


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Well, the perception of the linking between the cited elements starts to facilitate the opening of horizon, through the deepening in the psychoanalytic question: `A long History Freud studied at the time where the mental sick people were treated already by neurological psychiatry: sick people who presented some symptom without neurological evidence were relegated to the pretense stigma, and therefore not possible of treatment.
Between these cases of hysteric women occurred mainly; I notice well, I cited women! And only women! Why it will be that it would hysteria it only reached the women? It was what Freud asked for himself.




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