Passion for the Human Subject: A Psychoanalytical Approach Between Drives and Signifiers [NOOK Book]

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Working as a psychoanalyst to help a patient establish better bonds between the different registers of his psyche does not imply giving in to unifying, globalizing, simplifying, or isolating illusions, but rather requires that we never lose sight of the heterogeneity (including the irremediable differentiation of the sexes) which is just what Freud's metapsychology introduced. Thus the ordeal of otherness with regard to the sex we don't have, the language we don't speak, the means we don't possess is ...
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Passion for the Human Subject: A Psychoanalytical Approach Between Drives and Signifiers

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Overview

Working as a psychoanalyst to help a patient establish better bonds between the different registers of his psyche does not imply giving in to unifying, globalizing, simplifying, or isolating illusions, but rather requires that we never lose sight of the heterogeneity (including the irremediable differentiation of the sexes) which is just what Freud's metapsychology introduced. Thus the ordeal of otherness with regard to the sex we don't have, the language we don't speak, the means we don't possess is indispensable in affirming a subjectivity.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781780494319
  • Publisher: Karnac Books
  • Publication date: 8/1/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 192
  • File size: 342 KB

Meet the Author

Dr Bernard Penot, is a Psychiatrist (Paris, Salpetriere, 1972.), member of the Paris Psychoanalytical Society and training analyst in the Paris Psychoanalytical Institute, (1992); he was director of the Cerep-Montsouris day hospital for teenagers in Paris from 1988 to 2004; since 1996 he has worked to train psychoanalysts in Istanbul. He is the author of various books published in France and Brazil as well as of several papers in The International Journal of Psycho-Analysis.
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Table of Contents

Introductio; 1) The Drive Circuit as Generator of Subjectivation; 2) Oral Drive Functioning and Subjection; 3) ‘A Child is Being Beaten’, The Three Stages of the Subjectivation of Fantasy; 4) The Misfortunes of Sophie, or The Bad Subject to Come; 5) Adolescence of the Freudian Subject; 6) Foreclosure of Signification and the Suffering Subject; 7) The Key-Role of the Phallus Signifier in the Subjectivation of Sexuality; 8)Sublimation, Latency, and Subjectivation; 9) Unexpected Drive Subjects in the Session; 10) The Logical Stages of Subjectivation; References; Index.

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