Fanaticism in Psychoanalysis: Upheavals in the Psychoanalytical Institutions II (BOK)

Manuela Utrilla Robles

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"This is a scholarly study in which the author explores a difficult subject matter that has been a tabooed topic in psychoanalysis. She undertakes a serious study of the underlying arguments as to why psychoanalysts have seldom been able to live in harmony with each other. In a very lucid and systematic manner, Dr Utrilla Robles examines how a discipline, in this case psychoanalysis, can be manipulated to its detriment. She explains the disquieting processes that take place, which impede the development of psychoanalysis. These influences insidiously infiltrate the organisational ranks as a kind of arguing which should ostensibly enrich psychoanalysis but instead deprives it of its creativity. For a discipline to prosper, it is necessary to have the freedom to air doubts, ask questions, raise hypotheses, and contrast discoveries by sharing them with others, debating different positions to reflect on the discussions, and to change one s views if necessary.This type of attitude stands in stark contrast to the kind of thinking that excludes and establishes norms to demonstrate how one is right in leaving no room for other ideas and creates research projects, which cannot be refuted. The author s intention in this book is to study and shed light on these phenomena that have been considered a taboo because of the secrecy surrounding them." from the Foreword by Dr Gunther Perdigao

Produktfakta

Språk Engelsk Engelsk Innbinding Heftet
Utgitt 2013 Forfatter Manuela Utrilla Robles
Forlag
Karnac Books
ISBN 9781782200192
Antall sider 160 Emner og form Psychotherapy, Psychoanalytical theory (Freudian psychology)