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the mental representation of sexual activities

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Bhabha argues that for Fanon "man" is synonymous with "human" and is therefore inclusive of "woman" However, Fanon's famous claim that "those who grant our conclusions about the psychosexuality of the white woman may ask about the woman of color.
This 'complex' has been cited in many academic books and articles around the world as well as in non-psychoanalytic publications--I (Trevor Lubbe) recently came across it in a biographical account of Ernest Hemingway's psychosexuality.
Thus, Hubbs involves herself in some of the prominent intellectual debates of our era, among them the extent to which sexuality and psychosexuality imprint themselves on and through artistic production, the nature of discrimination and compensatory group identity, and the social lexicons of critical prejudice.
Some of these developmental lines are cognition, self-identity, object relations, morality, role taking, psychosexuality, emotion or affect, creativity, aesthetics, altruism, interpersonal, spiritual, values, needs, and worldviews.
As an aspect of development, male psychosexuality has proven to be an extremely hospitable site for psychotherapeutic intervention as well as for ever-increasing media forums that inform and criticize the now highly politicized task of raising boys.
Only in this mediation can the nature of the Yagwoia embodiment and the energetics of their archetypal Self and psychosexuality be most completely comprehended.
In a forthcoming book I hope to demonstrate in much more detail how attention to deferred action can profitably link psychosexuality and trauma in Hemingway's work, thereby linking recent gender criticism to the older Philip Young school of Hemingway criticism.
Ken Wilber (2000) postulates roughly two dozen developmental lines: "morals, affects, self-identity, psychosexuality, cognition, ideas of the good, role taking, socio-emotional capacity, creativity, altruism, several lines that can be called 'spiritual' (care, openness, concern, religious faith, meditative stages), joy, communicative competence, modes of space and time, death-seizure, needs, worldviews, logico-mathematical competence, kinesthetic skills, gender identity, and empathy" (p.
1) Moddelmog succeeds in making us realize that the long-held ideas about Hemingway's life and fiction need to be rethought, but her confining of Bell to a brief discussion of Robert Jordan's and Maria's respective physical and psychical wounds fails to offer the nuanced picture of that book that could help to demonstrate Hemingway's changing and complex psychosexuality.