On Private Madness
Karnac Books, 31 dec. 1996 - 384 pagina's
Andre Green occupies a unique position in psychoanalysis today, and his work represents a synthesis of the traditions of Lacan, Winnicott and Bion. This volume collects fourteen of his papers together with a substantial introduction. The papers range widely across clinical and theoretical issues including borderline states, the true and false self, and narcissism. On Private Madness has achieved the status of a modern psychoanalytic classic, and this new impression will be welcomed by all those admirers of Dr Green who wish to have these seminal papers collected together.
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The borderline concept
Aggression femininity paranoia and reality
The dead mother
Conceptions of affect
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activity affect aggression analysand analyst analytic setting analytic situation anxiety becomes Bion body breast castration castration anxiety cathected cathexes child clinical communication concept countertransference dead mother death instinct decathexis defence desire destructive displacement double dream drive ego's existence experience expression external reality fact fantasy father feeling Freud Freudian function give idea ideal identification important intellectual internal interpretation introjection Kleinian Lacan language libidinal limits linked literary literature logic madness masochism material meaning Melanie Klein mnemic moral narcissism moral narcissist negative neurosis object relations Oedipus complex opposite paranoia passion penis perception pleasure pleasure principle potential preconscious primary narcissism problem projection projective identification psychic apparatus psychic reality psychoanalytic psychoanalytical critic psychosis psychotic question reference relationship remains representation repression role secondary seems sexual space splitting structure superego symbolization theoretical theory thought tion transference transformation transitional object truth understand unpleasure Winnicott wish words