This is a place where mental health professionals and students can share and discuss topics related to psychotherapy. We encourage discussion of therapeutic techniques, information related to careers in therapy, and dissection of case studies. We invite links that contribute to this subreddit; such links may include information related to practice, therapeutic approaches, and new research.
Have a question about something that happened in therapy? Want to know how your experience compares to other peoples? Wondering what the heck your therapist is talking about? Thinking about going into therapy but want to know what it's like from a patient's perspecitive? Share your psychotherapy stories and questions here.
Welcome to the subreddit for the study of the history of ideas, including the histories of philosophy, of literature and the arts, of the natural and social sciences, of religion, and of political thought!
This reddit is intended for practicing philosophers - undergraduate students, graduate students, professors, or researchers.
Persons with academic training outside of philosophy are welcome.
AcademicPhilosophy is actively moderated.
Much like an academic journal maintains policies about what it will publish, we have editorial standards we seek to maintain.
This is covered in detail in the sidebar.
Marxism is a growing/changing economic/sociopolitical worldview and method of socioeconomic inquiry based upon a materialist interpretation of historical development, a dialectical view of social change, and an analysis of class-relations within society and their application in the analysis and critique of the development of capitalism. Marxism encompasses an economic theory, a sociological theory, a philosophical method and a revolutionary view of social change.
Welcome to /r/literature, a community for deeper discussions of plays, poetry, short stories, and novels. Discussions of literary criticism, literary history, literary theory, and critical theory are also welcome--strongly encouraged, even.