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Tragic Knots In Psychoanalysis: New Papers on Psychoanalysis
     

Tragic Knots In Psychoanalysis: New Papers on Psychoanalysis

by Roy Schafer
 

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This is a collection of published and unpublished papers on clinical, theoretical and applied aspects of psychoanalysis that take up various aspects of unconscious mental processes and conflicts and their expression in the clinical transference and countertransference. These expressions are evidenced, in frustration, gratitude and benevolence, competing feelings of

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This is a collection of published and unpublished papers on clinical, theoretical and applied aspects of psychoanalysis that take up various aspects of unconscious mental processes and conflicts and their expression in the clinical transference and countertransference. These expressions are evidenced, in frustration, gratitude and benevolence, competing feelings of being cared for and coerced, disturbed and expanded bodily pleasure, cruelty and forgiveness. Included in this book is a brief history of the author’s odyssey through several major contributions regarding the language of psychoanalysis and its narrativity, and the convergence of these with contemporary Kleinian modes of thought.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781855757042
Publisher:
Karnac Books
Publication date:
10/28/2009
Pages:
196
Product dimensions:
5.70(w) x 8.90(h) x 0.50(d)

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Meet the Author

Roy Schafer has 60 years of experience as a psychoanalytic therapist, during which time he has been an active teacher in his own Institutes and a guest lecturer and teacher in many others in the U.S. He has received many honors from his colleagues. He has contributed to numerous English language psychoanalytic journals and his books and articles have been translated into several languages. He has held academic positions as Clinical Professor at Yale and Cornell University Medical Schools. He was the first Freud Memorial Professor 1975-76 at University College London.

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