What’s the Use of Violence?
Keywords:Violence, Development, Rhythmic Integration, Context, Acting-out and Catharsis
AbstractAs unpopular as the thesis may be, a look at the processes that underlie our early growth indicates that at every developmental stage new potentials for violence naturally arise. This paper traces the emergence of these potentials as they grow out of the maturational steps of our body. It is suggested that violent potentials can be useful to therapy and the context of their applications is key to determine their value and the meanings we make of them.
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