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BRUNNHUBER, Stefan  y  BORNHAUSER, Niklas. Economic Markets and Narcissistic Pathology Considering the Discussion Around the Concept of Role. Psykhe [online]. 2004, vol.13, n.1, pp.101-115. ISSN 0718-2228.

Psychology has recently demonstrated an increasing degree of attention concerning the influence of social factors on certain individual phenomena, traditionally handled by classical clinical psychologies. This concern about the systematization of the relationship between society and the individual-subjective's domain has emphasized the need to re-think the relations of reciprocity from another perspective, different than that propposed by traditional paradigms. Focussing in the relation between the subject and society, in general terms, two models of society can be distinguished, a collectivistic and an individualistic form, that, on the other hand, involve a certain implicit preconception on how relations between the subject and society have to be thought. From a critical revision of the concept of role some elements for a construction of a critical theory of subjectivity are propposed. Such a theory, more than an accomplished fact, is a pendant challenge that pretends to situate itself beyond academic distinctions and orthodox differences, imposed by the discursive hegemony of the "huge metanarrations". Finally, by the analysis of narcissist pathologies and massive unemployment, the previously exposed is illustrated

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