Kleanthis E. Bairaktaris, author
In this book, the author, influenced by the Psychoanalytic Philosophy of the last century, is immersed in a frenzy of newly formed - self-pronounced - terminologies identified with the significant and signified - in Lacanian terms -, in a philosophical work, through which he analyzes the Psychology of Oneself. The terminologies - both the old from former Psychoanalytic thinkers, mainly Freud and Klein, are presented with simplicity, aiming at their adequate comprehensibility by the average reader. "Oneself" starts with twenty quotes from the author himself, followed by their laconic interpretation, through their analysis with tools, the: Psychology, Psychoanalysis, and Philosophy. In the second part of the book, an orchestrated and pensive analysis of Oneself follows, reaching in some distinct philosophical-psychological conclusions: that to achieve the composition or reconstitution of Oneself, passing from the stage of birth to omnipotence where Oneself born as one-self and transforms into oneself under the proper psychological conjunctural processes - identified the opportunity of the reconstruction to Oneself. The theoretical conceptualization of Oneself assembles under certain psychological factors, like the deconstruction of all unconscious defense mechanisms and the annihilation of Narcissism. Newly formed terminologies, such as the Absolute Narcissism or the Stage of Pre-conception, are examined and apprehended psychoanalytically through an Existential continuum. The present book shuffles between; rhetorical allegories, and sometimes it approaches the reading public more directly, integrated in a way, idealistic factual identification of the deeper - true - oneself with the theoretical reconstruction of the absolute real - Oneself.