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The Ethical Dimension of Psychoanalysis

A Dialogue (Suny Series in Psychoanalysis and Culture)

by Meissner, W. W.

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Published by State University of New York Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Clinical Psychology,
  • Ethics & Moral Philosophy,
  • Psychoanalysis & psychoanalytical theory,
  • Psychology & Psychiatry Profession - Ethics,
  • Movements - Psychoanalysis,
  • Psychology,
  • Moral and ethical aspects,
  • Psychoanalysis

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages384
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL7802958M
    ISBN 100791456900
    ISBN 109780791456903

    The Relational Perspectives Book Series (RPBS) publishes books that grow out of or contribute to the relational tradition in contemporary psychoanalysis. The term relational psychoanalysis was first used by Greenberg and Mitchell to bridge the traditions of interpersonal relations, as developed within interpersonal psychoanalysis and object. C. G. Jung never offered a formalized system of ethics, but his analytical psychology is teeming with ethical pronouncements. Jung’s ethical theories are introduced and explored in relation to a book written by Dan Merkur centering on the question of morality in human nature, the individuation process, and in psychotherapeutic : Jon Mills.

    John Weir Perry is a true pioneer in this very important area. His ideas, when accepted, could revolutionize the approach to psychosis. The book is a very useful guide for therapists, clients, and lay persons in the lives of psychotic patients." -- Stanislav Grof, author of The Cosmic Game: Explorations of the Frontiers of Human Consciousness. Lacan dedicates this seventh year of his famous seminar to the problematic role of ethics in psychoanalysis. Delving into the psychoanalyst's inevitable involvement with ethical questions and "the attraction of transgression," Lacan illuminates /5.

      Several passages in Meissner's book, "The Ethical Dimension of Psychoanalysis: A Dialogue," published in , closely echo the phrasing and ideas in "Psychoanalysis and Ethics" by Ernest Wallwork, published in For Jacques Lacan, perversion meant a particular structure of desire, regardless of social norm, and was related to an ethical dimension. For Michel Foucault, who thoroughly rejected Freud’s “repressive hypothesis,” perversion was an effect of modern sexuality.


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Buy This Book in Print summary Addressing the common ground between ethics and psychoanalysis, W. Meissner asks “Does psychoanalysis have anything to contribute to ethical understanding and reflection?” and conversely, “Does ethics have anything to offer analytic understanding of the complexities of human behavior and decision-making?”Author: W.

Meissner. The Ethical Dimension of Psychoanalysis: A Dialogue (Suny Series in Psychoanalysis and Culture) Paperback – Febru by W. Meissner (Author) › Visit Amazon's W. Meissner Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and more.

Author: W. Meissner. Get this from a library. The ethical dimension of psychoanalysis: a dialogue. [W W Meissner] -- Addressing the common ground between ethics and psychoanalysis, W.

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Gay, author of Joy and the Objects of Psychoanalysis: Literature, Belief, and Neurosis. Ethical dimension of psychoanalysis. Albany: State University of New York Press, © This book explores and explicates areas of interaction and common interest between these two disciplines in the hope of opening the way to further exploration and dialogue in the understanding of the human phenomenon."--Jacket.

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Reviews "In Psychoanalysis as an Ethical Process, Robert Drozek has made a major contribution to the body of psychoanalytic ambition of the book is nothing short of a compelling attempt to update our understanding of the psychoanalytic change process in the light of the relational turn in psychoanalysis.

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Psychoanalysis is a set of theories and therapeutic techniques related to the study of the unconscious mind, which together form a method of treatment for mental-health disorders.

The discipline was established in the early s by Austrian neurologist Sigmund Freud and stemmed partly from the clinical work of Josef Breuer and others. Psychoanalysis was later ICDCM: Among his more recent books are The Ethical Dimension of Psychoanalysis and The Dynamics of Human Aggression (co-authored with A.-M.

Rizzuto, M.D. and D, H. Buie, M.D.). Product details File Size: KB5/5(1). In Psychoanalysis as an Ethical Process, Robert Drozek highlights the foundational importance of ethical experience in the therapeutic relationship, as well as the role that ethical commitments.

The ethics of psychoanalysis Lacan provides a basis therefore for arriving at some kind of resolution to the difficulties of working with the object-relations based and/or systemic approaches toAuthor: Philip Boxer.

Psychoanalysis has always been a theory of personality as well as a technique of therapy. Since Freud was born inand was an outstanding representative of the culture of old Vienna, Thompson thought there was plenty of room for revising classical analytic thinking in light of later developments.

the ethical and humanistic dimension. Delving into the psychoanalyst's inevitable involvement with ethical questions and "the attraction of transgression," Lacan illuminates Freud's psychoanalytic work and its continued influence. Lacan explores the problem of sublimation, the paradox of jouissance, the essence of tragedy (a reading of Sophocle's Antigone), and the tragic dimension.

One of the more surprising and striking changes over the past few decades, both within psychoanalysis and psychology as a whole, has been a gradual correction to the previous imbalance that kept matters of faith, spirituality, and ethics out of academic and applied psychology, including psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.

Despite the rich and interesting clinical issues relating to self-disclosure (outlined in Gutheil and Brodsky 1), the focus of this article is on the ethical aspects of. In particular, I will focus on a lecture given by Mariano Artigas at the Jacques Maritain Center of the University of Notre Dame in the summer ofwhich was later included in his book, The Ethical Nature of Karl Popper’s Theory of Knowledge.

An important aspect of Popper’s philosophy and critical rationalism is the idea of fallibilism. Psychoanalysis has always been a theory of personality as well as a technique of therapy. Since Freud was born inand was an outstanding representative of the culture of old Vienna, Thompson thought there was plenty of room for revising classical analytic thinking in light of later by: An Ethical Dimension to the Core Conditions In his book Learning and Being (PCCS Books, p50), Tony Merry makes the point that there’s an ethical dimension to these core conditions – because they allow the therapist to form a view on whether therapy can take place.

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To explore the possibility of a renewed psychoanalytic ethics, I will present a critical analysis of Jacques Lacan’s seminar The Ethics of Psychoanalysis (–).In doing so, I will use the remarkably parallel discussion of classic ethical issues by Jonathan Lear (,) as counterpoint to Lacan’s er, their strong readings of Aristotle Cited by: 8.

Derrida, Deleuze, Psychoanalysis explores the critical relationship between psychoanalysis and the work of Derrida (Speech and Phenomena, Of Grammatology, and his later writing on autoimmunity, cruelty, war, and human rights) and Deleuze (A Thousand Plateaus, Anti-Oedipus, and more).Each essay illuminates a specific aspect of Derrida's and Deleuze's .