This book expands the authors' oeuvre to the English language and, consequently, to a broader spectrum of readers. These contributions represent a pioneering work of great interest to the field of psychoanalysis. Their proposals concerning the concept of psychoanalytic field, "basic unconscious fantasy", bastion and insight, address the whole question of the analytic situation and anticipate current debates.
Table of Contents
Contents:The "insight" in the analytic situation.The notion of "material" and the prospective temporal aspect of interpretation.Spiral process and the dynamic field.Process and non-process in analytic work.The mind of the analyst: from listening to interpretation.The infantile psychic trauma from us to Freud: Pure Contradictions between theory and technique in psychoanalysis.Bad faith, identity and omnipotence.The dead/alive: object structure in mourning and depressive states.The Ego and the function of ideology.