By Adam Limentani
This e-book exhibits how vital it really is to take assorted theories and frameworks under consideration as a way to comprehend the complexity of psychoanalytic phenomena. it truly is approximately watching and asking questions, and is much less a textbook, yet quite an intimate perception to the author's quest for fact and knowing.
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Those who understand his writings are content to repeat his words, or to embroider upon his theory. Those who do not understand his writings, assume that Lacan understands them and that if they are very studious, they will one day also understand. Under no circumstances do they question Lacan's sayings or presuppositions. In group discussions, for example, a quota tion from Lacan acts as a concluding point or verdict, as the last word, which no one dares to criticize, analyse, or assess from a subjective point of view.
In the transference any separation was experienced as a betrayal and at times he would return from an interruption fully convinced that I had died. That he succeeded in resuscitating me was shown by his insistence that his presence was essential to my staying alive, insisting that he was my iron lung, or the reverse. When Mr B had entered analysis, he was sexually impotent, owing to a preponderance of oral and anal sadistic components in his sexuality. In spite of this, he had married and some years later his wife had become pregnant, although there had been no penetration.
Admitting that he felt extremely jealous of the newly wedded couple, he insisted he was fully justified in feeling sadistic and murderous. At the start of the next session, Mr A announced in an unemotional way that although he had felt deeply depressed he did not think that the loss was irreparable. Just as he was leaving to come to the session, he had caught himself whistling some music from Gluck's Orpheus and had felt self-con scious in case a friend who was still in the house would guess what was on his mind.
Between Freud & Klein: The Psychoanalytic Quest for Knowledge and Truth by Adam Limentani