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Kant's dove; the history of transference in psychoanalysis

By: Carotenuto, Aldo
Material type: TextTextWilmette, IL Chiron Publications c1991Description: xxii, 157p.; bibliog. refs.; indexContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 0-933029-50-0Subject(s): Transference (Psychology) | Countertransference (Psychology) | Mother and Infant | Jung, C.G. (Carl Gustav) 1875-1961 | Freud, Sigmund. 1856-1939 | Psychoanalysis--History | Spielrein, Sabina. 1885-1941 | Neurosis | Emotions | Relationship, Psychological | Repression (Psychology) | Psychotherapy | Uroboros | Psychoanalysis and literature | Jungian psychology
Contents:
1. the investigation committee inquires. 2. Eros and the primary relationship. 3. a circular seduction. 4. science for neutrality. 5. Psyche and Soma. 6. empathic suggestion. 7. the therapy of desire. 8. defensive strategies. 9. the fascination of emotion. 10. objectifying emotion. 11. the reciprocity of the relationship. 12. neutral permeability. 13. love and the relationship. 14. the transference of the analyst. 15. caught in the trap. 16. the separation
Abstract: 'Carotenuto here demostrates that, like Kant's dove, the analyst cannot exclude the transference and countertransference from the analytical field--that movement toward healing is not possible without the medium of relationship....'
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Orig. pub. as La colomba di Kant; problemi del transfert e del controtransfert, c1986, Gruppo Editoriale Fabbri, Bompiani, Sonzogno, Etas, S.p.A.. Trans. by Joan Tambureno. Preface by Johannes Cremerius.

Relationship, Psychological : see index under psychosom. rel.; psychotherap. rel.; analyt. rel.

1. the investigation committee inquires. 2. Eros and the primary relationship. 3. a circular seduction. 4. science for neutrality. 5. Psyche and Soma. 6. empathic suggestion. 7. the therapy of desire. 8. defensive strategies. 9. the fascination of emotion. 10. objectifying emotion. 11. the reciprocity of the relationship. 12. neutral permeability. 13. love and the relationship. 14. the transference of the analyst. 15. caught in the trap. 16. the separation

'Carotenuto here demostrates that, like Kant's dove, the analyst cannot exclude the transference and countertransference from the analytical field--that movement toward healing is not possible without the medium of relationship....'

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