Psychoanalytic Pencil Set

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Psychoanalytic Pencil Set

Write with and chew on these key words.

The School of Life tries to find answers to life's big questions through the use of culture. We look to academic disciplines such as Psychoanalysis, the Visual Arts and Literary Criticism for inspiration.  

For our Key Word Pencil Sets, we've chosen a selection of the most important words from these subjects and set them on some finely crafted pencils so that we hold them more clearly in our minds while we write.

Each set features six key words and contains a booklet which perfectly explains what these words mean and why they should matter.  An ideal combination of the thought-provoking, the attractive and the useful.

Six pencils | definition booklet | buckram finish box

Key words from Psychoanalysis

Defence Mechanism
The Pleasure Principle
Transitional Object

Other sets in the series take words from Literary Criticism, Philosophy and the Visual Arts.