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Roque, C.S. (2018). A Glass Darkly. Int. J. Appl. Psychoanal. Stud., 15(2):91-102.

(2018). International Journal of Applied Psychoanalytic Studies, 15(2):91-102

A Glass Darkly

Craig San Roque

This paper is based upon the images and thinking of two central Australian men, Andrew Spencer Japaljarri and Rod Moss, both embedded in the arduous and localized circumstances of pragmatic intercultural recognition. Their paintings are philosophical meditations on the state of relations in this part of the country. The author emphasizes that authentic constitutional recognition depends upon authentic interpersonal relationships. This is hard to achieve and hard to sustain.

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