Abstract: Identity is not a psychoanalytic concept. We find this term in different approaches - sociological, cultural, ethnic, historical, economical, scientific, philosophical, but also in certain concerns and worries related to global situation of our time: migration of individuals, migration of cultural, political, religious values, identity transformation, changes of pathology. We are challenged by all these transformations, as communities and individuals, we are called as professionals to understand and heal the new changes, configurations or borderlands (intermediate states). Identity is not a psychoanalytic concept, And still…
Rom J Psychoanal 2017, 10(2): 249-260
doi : 10.26336/rjp.2017-1002-15
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