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Podcast: Mute/Unmute #51: Jeanne Germain on Secrets

Podcast: Mute/Unmute(WiSe 21/22)

Mute/Unmute is a podcast and seminar by Astrid Mania, with the support of Noi Fuhrer (WS2021/21 and SoSe 2021), Rahel grote Lambers and Anne Meerpohl. The idea of this podcast is to introduce and discuss art works, theories and incidents that relate to questions like: who is allowed to speak, who’s not? What can be said, what not? Whose voices have been suppressed? What kind of narratives and histories? What violence do we exert when speaking about others? What should we urgently talk about?

Mute/Unmute is meant to be active during the summer semester 2023, but it can potentially run much longer. We welcome contributions from HFBK students and staff and beyond. For more info / list of contributions please see and  / or get in touch with or

In this episode, Jeanne Germain invites us to learn about secrets and secrecy from a psychoanalytical perspective.

Authors quoted from in the episode:

Jean De La Fontaine (1621-1695): French poet (

Michael Slepian: professor of Leadership and Ethics at Columbia University (

Sigmund Freud (1856-1939): Austrian neurologist, founder of psychoanalysis (

Friedrich Schelling (1775-1854): German philosopher, a leading exponent of German idealism, and a close associate of romanticism (

Nicolas Abraham (1919-1975): French psychoanalyst of Hungarian origin (

Maria Torok (1925-1998): French psychoanalyst of Hungarian origin (

Ernst Jentsch (1867-1919): German psychiatrist and author (

Hannah Arendt (1906-1975): American-born German political scientist, philosopher, and journalist (

Piera Aulagnier (1923-1990): Italian-born French psychoanalyst and psychiatrist (,violence%2C%20pictogram%20and%20originary%20process.)



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