Published September 2002
by International Universities Press .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||276|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Introduction: We've Made it Through the Century, Alive and Kicking --pt. I. Critical Pluralism and Psychoanalysis as Art Psychoanalysis as Art and Discipline of the Self Critical Pluralism: How to Live with Our Yearning for Unified Conceptions --pt. II. Psychoanalysis and Weltanschauung . Since psychoanalysis is a practice based on speech, it is surprising that so little has been written on the voice as an analytic concept. Lacan made this one of the ‘objects’ of psychoanalysis, yet commentaries have not been bountiful, and they have, for the most part, tended to confuse the voice with the dimension of . This dynamic and interdisciplinary publication draws on a broad range of approaches, from composing and voice teaching through to psychoanalysis and philosophy, including: voice training from the Alexander Technique to practice-as-research; operatic and extended voices in early baroque and contemporary underwater singing;. Her book, Feminine Law: Freud, Free Speech and the Voice of Desire, with MIchael Macrone, (Karnac, ) examines the mutual relevance between psychoanalysis .
This book examines the importance and continued relevance of A Memoir of the Future in understanding and applying Bion’s work to contemporary psychoanalysis. Bion continued to innovate throughout his life, but the Memoir has been largely overlooked.. Focusing on A Memoir of the Future is not only of deep interest in terms of the author’s biography, or even only in function of a better. Hartvig Dahl This is a book about the future that we hope will arouse the curiosity of clinicians and point a direction for researchers. The Quest for Voice In Contemporary Psychoanalysis. The human voice plays a crucial role within the realm of psychoanalysis on a multitude of different levels: there is, for a start, the voice of the Other that imposes itself upon the subject; and the experience of auditory hallucination, of “hearing voices” which sound as if . C. Strenger, The Classic and the Romantic Vision in Psychoanalysis. International Journal of Psychoanalysis, Vol. 70, (pp ). Courses Taught: After God’s Death: The Quest for Meaning in the 20th Century. Is the West Declining? Existential Psychotherapy. Relational Psychoanalysis. Historical and Intellectual Foundations of the.
C. Strenger () The Quest for Voice in Contemporary Psychoanalysis. Madison, CT: International Universities Press. C. Strenger () Individuality, the Impossible Project. Thinking Fragments provides a brilliant critique of psychoanalytic, feminist, and postmodern theory. Examining the writings of Freud, Winnicott, Lacan, Chodorow, Irigaray, Derrida, Rorty, and Foucault, among others, Flax conducts a "conversation" among psychoanalysts, feminist thinkers, and postmodern theorists, evaluating the ways in which each group of thinkers succeeds in coming to terms. Author(s): Strenger,Carlo Title(s): The quest for voice in contemporary psychoanalysis/ Carlo Strenger. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: . The Critical Inner Voice is the part of us that is turned against ourselves. It is the defended, negative side of our personality that is opposed to our ongoing development. The voice consists of the negative thoughts, beliefs and attitudes that oppose our best interests and diminish our self-esteem.