Memory, Myth, and Seduction

Memory, Myth, and Seduction

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This collection of published and unpublished papers, skillfully arranged and edited by Deborah Browning, reveals the development and evolution of Schimek's thinking on unconscious fantasy and the interpretive process, derived from a close reading of Freud as well as contemporary psychoanalysis. Divided thematically, the first section concerns fantasy, interpretation, and the coconstruction of meaning in the therapeutic setting. A scholarly history and reappraisal of Freud's seduction theory comprises the second section, and the third, more theoretical section provides a foundation for understanding many current discussions of unconscious fantasy, dreaming, memory, consciousness, affect, self-reflection, mentalization, and implicit relational knowing.Makari (2009), in his Revolution of Mind, offers a view of this time through a different lens. He shows us how Freuda#39;s theory evolved out of his attempted synthesis of bio- and psychophysics, French psychopathology, and the study of sexology. ... In his recent book on primary process, Robert Holt (2009) warns the reader when thinking about Freuda#39;s metapsychological ... solutionsa¬Ä¬Ě (p. 91). This brings us to the crucial and thorny question of whether, if the material of childhood incest isanbsp;...

Title:Memory, Myth, and Seduction
Author: Jean-Georges Schimek
Publisher:Taylor & Francis - 2011-06-23

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