This book focuses on consciousness in psychoanalysis. It deals with judgement, the psychic activity that Sigmund Freud already called primary judgement in his "Project for a Scientific Psychology", and then with secondary judgement.
Table of Contents
Psychoanalytic Ideas and Applications Series -- Foreword -- Introduction: why study consciousness? -- Consciousness and intellectual work -- Towards a metapsychology of consciousness -- Figures of speech, from natural discourse to associative discourse -- Consciousness and the problem of dualism/monism -- Sleep and consciousness -- Consciousness and the unconscious