Hope and Dread in Psychoanalysis (Anglais) Relié – 31 octobre 1993
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Freud developed the psychoanalytic method in the context of a particular intellectual and cultural milieu, which looked to science and its twin beacons of rationality and objectivity to provide the truest and most meaningful perspective on human experience and the world around us. Lire la première page
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This book is honest about human nature, unflinchingly so, and it offers very specific, well-reasoned arguments about what human relationships can do for people (and for that matter, can't), and how that happens.
How sad that he died just as he seemed to be entering a prolific period.
Because of this objective thrust, the psychologist was seen as a very remote and impersonal figure. The new turn in psychology that is being explored is that the psychologist now should help the patient explore the subjective world. This includes analyzing dreams, (though popular in Freud's day, has since fallen from grace), thoughts, feelings, and perceptions. All of these things are also subjected to change. The new view that is being supported is that the relationship between two groups must become better known, and this is where the psychoanalytic process takes place, not in replacing libidinal impulses.
There has been a paradigm shift in psychoanalysis in the past 20ish years. All psychodynamic clinicians need to understand this paradigm shift. This book is one of the best available towards this end.