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Donald Kaplan's writings confront the reader with one of the most creative and electrifying minds within contemporary psychoanalysis. From Kaplan's original contributions on psychopathology to his challenging contemporary reading of Freud, from the subtleties of his psychoanalytic approach to patients to his daring application of psychoanalytic thinking to social reality and cultural currents, Kaplan stimulates the reader to an analysis in depth of a broad spectrum of clinical and theoretical issues. The ...
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Overview

Donald Kaplan's writings confront the reader with one of the most creative and electrifying minds within contemporary psychoanalysis. From Kaplan's original contributions on psychopathology to his challenging contemporary reading of Freud, from the subtleties of his psychoanalytic approach to patients to his daring application of psychoanalytic thinking to social reality and cultural currents, Kaplan stimulates the reader to an analysis in depth of a broad spectrum of clinical and theoretical issues. The broadening of his perspective throughout the years, the impressive maturing of his contributions to applied psychoanalysis reflected in the many contributions of the last fifteen years point to the terrible loss that his premature death signifies for the psychoanalytic community. Kaplan's discussion of the relationship between psychoanalytic theory and the sociological approach to gender represents a fundamental contribution to the psychopathology of conformity. His clinical observations on shyness, dream analysis, depression, and inhibition of creativity should be of enormous practical value to the psychotherapist and psychoanalyst. Kaplan's application of psychoanalytic thinking to the work of the artist, to the relationship between the actor's character and his role, and to artistic creativity broadens the challenging contributions to the psychopathology of conformity into a general theory of applied psychoanalysis.
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  • ISBN-13: 9781568214726
  • Publisher: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc.
  • Publication date: 9/1/1995
  • Pages: 512
  • Product dimensions: 5.94 (w) x 8.51 (h) x 1.35 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
1 The Unfinished Manuscript in the Drawer 3
2 Gender and Social Reality 31
3 The Place of the Dream 57
4 The Psychopathology of Fate 77
5 The Actual Neurosis 101
6 Shyness 121
7 Transference-Love and Generativity 155
8 Depression and Jealousy 163
9 Dialogue in Classical Psychoanalysis 191
10 Freud and His Own Patients 209
11 The Emergence of Projection in Dreams 225
12 What Is Sublimated in Sublimation? 245
13 Surrealism and Psychoanalysis 267
14 The Psychoanalysis of Art 277
15 "Thoughts for the Times on War and Death" 311
16 Freud and the Coming of Age 333
17 Preaching Old Virtues while Practicing Old Vices 357
18 The Psychopathology of Television Watching 377
19 Stage Fright 389
20 Theatre Architecture and the Primal Cavity 425
21 Character and Theatre 443
22 The Future of Classical Psychoanalysis 461
Publications of Donald M. Kaplan 475
Credits 483
Index 487
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