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Assoziation. Zeitschrift für psychoanalytische Sozialpsychologie and Psychologie und Gesellschaftskri- tik. He has published broadly on psychoanalysis and critical theory with special focus on trauma theory, anti-semitism, the emotional legacies of Nazi Germany, and the theory and history of psychoanalytically oriented social research. Cur- rently he is a group analyst in training at the Seminar für Gruppenanalyse Zü- rich (SGAZ). 164 | Markus Brunner problematic authoritarian and repressive structures. Second, this focus on non-identitarian collectivities is an

hand a collective entity that guides and on the other hand a collective entity that needs or lets itself to be guided. This is cannot be depicted through notions such as e.g. intersubjectivity that became predominant in the later context of the Critical Theory of Frankfurt School. The relation- ship between the vanguard and the rest is not one of two generalized per- sons interacting or communicating in an intersubjective mode with one an- other. We are not to reduce the collective character of those two entities to a one-dimensional collective or a supra

disease metaphor in the German and the Italian corpus. The persuasive and ideological potential of recurrent disease metaphors will be explored in order to provide an interpretation of the positions of Germany and Med- iterranean countries such as Greece and Italy in European media discourse. Title: Collapse, Shock, and Virus. On the Metaphors of Disease in the Press Coverage of the Greek Economic Crisis 2015. A Comparison of the German and Italian Press Keywords: metaphors in press discourse; persuasion; critical theory of cognitive met- aphors; disease as a source