Editorial Iulie 2018 - Prof.Dr. Aurel ROMILA



D E D U B L A R E


Dedublarea este o noțiune din dialectica lui Hegel, după care "orice corp unitar este dedublat și se dezvoltă prin lupta contrarilor lui"; se poate spune, că unul devine un doi, bipolar. Chiar și bobul de fasole e dedublat în două cotiledoane! Organismul e corp și psihic, psihicul e conștient și inconstient sau sex și spirit ș.a.m. Noțiunea fascinează nu numai pe filozofi dar mai ales pe literați, care vorbesc de o dublură, real și fantastic (imaginar). De fapt sunt perechi contrare ca sens: mic și mare, tare și slab, lung și scurt, dar pe lângă acestea, valorile pozitive și negative, bune și rele, normal și anormal, cerul și pîmântul, Dumnezeu și potrivnicul, pasiune și patimă, sentiment și resentiment, atracție și repulsie și reflecția pare nesfârșită! 

DEDUBLAREA POATE FI CONCEPUTĂ CA O FRACȚIE, CU NUMARĂTOR SUPERIOR ȘI UN NUMITOR BAZĂ INFERIOARĂ. Când din lupta interioară sau cu exteriorul fracția se inversează, se obține boala mintală sau domnia necesității, pierderea libertății, sclavia sexului, a poftei nesătule care inferiorizează, degradează și se opune dezvoltării normale. Se pare că asta este și criza epocii în care sexul, materialismul, foamea de bani și bogătie, de distracții coboară omul din barocul medival în deșertăciunea watsapică actuală, în nevroză, impotență și maximaize facebucic. Lupta e cronică, nesfârșită, nici în somn, nici pe plajă, nici în travel Grecia, nici în all inclusive. Dumnezeu le știe și le vede pe toate. Sperăm să alegem cu inteligență fracția cuvenita! 


Prof. Dr. Aurel ROMILA


Editorial Iunie 2018 - Prof.Dr. Aurel ROMILA



S E X O F R E N I E


Vă propun un nou neologism, o nouă entitate nozologică, care nu se găsește încă în DSM, dar care caracterizează psihologia epocii actuale. Nu știu dacă Freud ar fi admis-o. Nu cred că el a rămas la libido și thanatos. Aș include aici o bună parte din patologia psihiatrică, mai ales varietatea psihopatiilor, multe nevroze (hysteria în primul rând), mania, perversitățile, oligofreniile. De asemenea sexofrenia domină cultura, televiziunea și chiar și limbajul aluziv apartin liberalizării mondiale, globalizării.

Demografia, migrarea, divorțul, avortul, pornografia, prostituția, știrile senzaționale lasă pe planul doi crima, războiul, ideologiile, iar pentru religie este păcatul capital, adamic. Corupe tot, toate nivelele, fantasma dezbrăcării conferă voluptatea. Educația, profesorii și elevii, enoriașii și cardinalii (Papa dansează!) copii știu tot, dealtfel chiar queen Victoria a făcut 12 copii, iat Maria T. 14! Ce ar spune Kant în plimbările sale meditative, văzând adolescentele în blugi tăiați la genunchi?

Tehnologia, telefonul, facebookul confirmă propunerea.

Oare Sf.Ioan sau Pavel n-a spus că din cele 3 virtuți creștine majore cea mai importantă este iubirea?

Sunt desigur nuanțe, însă mă tem că se pronunță des spirit și de fapt se scurtcircuitează în zoolologic!

Remember Freud …sublimarea, noaptea se doarme, seara se merge la teatru. Cestiune serioasa nea Iancule! Destrăbălare, desfrânare! Ce facem cu psihoterapiile, scurte sau lungi?

Scandalul e prezent. Mai vorbim!


Prof.Dr. Aurel ROMILA



Editorial Mai 2018 - Prof.Dr. Aurel ROMILA






J O C  Psihologic









Două noțiuni dau o a treia!


Psihic + Realitate = Conștiința, Experiența prezentului

Realitatea + Senzație = Emoție

Emoție pozitivă + Interes = Plăcere

Atenție + Emoție pozitivă = Concentrare

Atenție + Emoție negativă = Greșeală

Atenție + Senzație = Percepție

Percepție + Emoție pozitivă = Memorie

Percepție + Emoție negativă = Refulare

Atenție + Memorie = Idee, Cuvânt, Reprezentare

Idee + Emoție pozitivă = Idee forță, Dominantă

Idee +  Emoție negativă = Obsesie

Percepție + Idee = Adevăr

Percepție + Idee falsă = Interpretare delirantă

Emoție negativă + Percepție iluzorie = Idee falsă, Delir

Emoție controlată + Gândire emoțională + Voință + Scop = Plan de acțiune

Acțiune + Voință + Inteligență = Succes

Acțiune + Voință + Prostie = Ratare

Emoție pozitivă + Voință + Inteligență + Caracter = Discernamânt



Continuați jocul , reflectați și mai vorbim!


Prof. Dr. Aurel ROMILA


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