Green, André; Winnicott, Donald Woods; Abram, Jan's André Green at the Squiggle Foundation PDF

By Green, André; Winnicott, Donald Woods; Abram, Jan

ISBN-10: 1849402817

ISBN-13: 9781849402811

Regardless of being one of many leading psychoanalysts operating this day, a lot of Green's paintings has till lately been unavailable in English. This paintings goals to rectify this, through amassing jointly 5 lectures given to the Squiggle beginning in London. This obtainable and obviously written booklet offers a special creation to Green's paintings and its relation to the paintings of D.W. Winnicott, as promoted by means of the Squiggle  Read more...

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If Freud equates life instincts and love instincts, it is obvious that he introduces the concept of the object, because you cannot speak of love unless you include an object. Thus, it was Freud himself who opened the way for the development of what has been called object relations theory, although he had no time to overcome his own contradiction. Furthermore, there is a much more interesting concept in Beyond the Pleasure Principle (1920g). In that paper, Freud offered the possibility of an anteriority to the pleasure principle, which was more logical than chronological, and that was the function of binding.

In calling this, as we do, "object relationship", we do not take sufficient account of this movement outwards and towards not only objects, but also the world; and it is this that is the other aspect of the negative. It is only if the patient can experience that feeling of movement in the session that I think he will be able to continue moving and working outside the session in the world. That is why I said, at the beginning of the lecture, that I had a feeling that psychoanalysis has to do with history and with the historical nature of man, not only in terms of recovering the past, but also of making the present and being in the present as a historical being, through a process during which progressing towards the object mobilizes all the transformations of the past that are relevant to the present situation and finds new room for the expectations that have not found a way to link themselves with the transformations, either because of the anxieties associated with them, or because of the impossibility of avoiding destruction because of the fear that arises in the mind of damaging the objects towards which the drives are directed.

It is the generation of the unknown thought that is important, and its denial is the negative as destructive, rather than the negative as facilitating the unknown. I think that to say "I don't understand" in English is more revealing than if one used the French word, "comprendre". "Comprendre" gives the sense of putting ideas or thoughts together, but the English word is much better because it evokes for me one of the most interesting and most obscure concepts of psychoanalysis, which is cathexis.

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André Green at the Squiggle Foundation by Green, André; Winnicott, Donald Woods; Abram, Jan

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