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At the beginning of his inquiry, Christian Jung describes desire as a phenomenon that oscillates between the two poles of binding and unbinding and that precedes all movement of man. In a second step, this idea is further developed by characterizing various appearances of desire, which showing either an enormous binding- or an enormous unbinding-reference. This takes place at the level of the individual as well as at the level of society. In a third step, the author concentrates on specific binding- and unbinding-patterns of a desire which is directed to the transcendent. At the end of the inquiry stands a reflection on the desire of Jesus Christ. This leads to a paradoxical collapse of the binding- or unbinding category. Here occurs a desire divine.

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