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The Work of Psychic Figurability Mental States Without Representation (New Library of Psychoanalysis) by Cesar Botella

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Other Branches of Medicine,
  • Psychoanalysis,
  • Psychology,
  • Movements - Psychoanalysis,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry / Psychoanalysis,
  • 1856-1939,
  • Freud, Sigmund,,
  • Psychoanalytic Theory

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Number of Pages192
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL8792202M
ISBN 101583918159
ISBN 109781583918159

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They develop a conception of psychic functioning, which is essentially grounded in the inseparability of the negative, trauma, and the emergence of intelligibility, and describe the analyst's work of figurability arising from the formal regression of his thinking during the session, which proves to be the best and perhaps the only means of access to this state beyond the mnemic trace which is memory without Author: Sára Botella. The Work of Psychic Figurability argues that taking this work into consideration at the heart of the theory of practice is indispensable. Without this, the analytic process is too often in danger of slipping into interminable analyses, into negative therapeutic reactions, or . The Work of Psychic Figurability: Mental States Without Representation Based on experience of analytic practice and illustrated by fascinating clinical material, this book addresses what the authors call the work of figurability as a way of outlining the passage from the . "The Work of Psychic Figurability argues that taking this work into consideration at the heart of the theory of practice is indispensable. Without this, the analytic process is too often in danger of slipping into interminable analyses, into negative therapeutic reactions or, indeed, into disappointing successive analyses."--BOOK JACKET.

The work of psychic figurability: mental states without representation. [Cesar Botella; Sara Botella] -- The majority of psychoanalysts today agree that the analytic setting faces them daily with certain aspects of their work for which the answers provided by an analytic theory centred exclusively on. Download Citation | The Work of Psychic Figurability: Mental States without Representation | The majority of psychoanalysts today agree that the analytic setting faces them daily with certain.   The Work of Psychic Figurability argues that taking this work into consideration at the heart of the theory of practice is indispensable. Without this, the analytic process is too often in danger of slipping into interminable analyses, into negative therapeutic reactions, or indeed, into disappointing successive analyses.5/5(1). Television shows. Edward published his first book, One Last Time, in His related appearance on Larry King Live later in the year prompted enough phone calls to overload the show's switchboard. The next year, Edward had a show of his own. Crossing Over with John Edward. From to , Edward was the producer and host of the show Crossing Over with John Edward, which has been syndicated Born: John Edward McGee Jr., Octo (age .

Pris: kr. E-bok, Laddas ned direkt. Köp Work of Psychic Figurability av Sara Botella, Cesar Botella på The Work of Psychic Figurability argues that taking this work into consideration at the heart of the theory of practice is indispensable. Without this, the analytic process is too often in danger of slipping into interminable analyses, into negative therapeutic reactions, Brand: Taylor And Francis. They develop a conception of psychic functioning, which is essentially grounded in the inseparability of the negative, trauma, and the emergence of intelligibility, and describe the analyst's work of figurability arising from the formal regression of his thinking during the session, which proves to be the best and perhaps the only means of access to this state beyond the mnemic trace which is memory without . The work of psychic figurability: mental states without representation / Author: Cesar Botella and Sara Botella ; with an introduction by Michael Parsons ; translated by Andrew Weller, with the collaboration of Monique Zerbib. Publication info: Hove, East Sussex ; New York: Brunner-Routledge, Format: Book.