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Evolving Lacanian perspectives for clinical psychoanalysis : on narcissism, sexuation, and the phases of analysis in contemporary culture

Author: Raul Moncayo
Publisher: London : Karnac, ©2008.
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"This book presents an evolving Lacanian reading of the psychoanalytic theory of narcissism, of the phases within Oedipus, transference, and within different types of analytic treatments. Sexual difference between psychical masculinity and femininity is formulated as a negative dialectic: both sexes are not without having and not having the phallus across levels of logical organization and the three registers of  Read more...
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Named Person: Jacques Lacan; Jacques Lacan; Jacques Lacan; Jacques Lacan; Jacques Lacan
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Raul Moncayo
ISBN: 9781855755093 1855755092
OCLC Number: 228374292
Description: xvii, 284 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: pt. I. Lacanian theory. Forms and transformations of narcissism : the partial object, the ideal ego, the ego ideal, and the empty subject ; sexual difference and social equality in the phallic function and the three registers of experience ; Love, transference, and the emptiness of the amalga --
pt. II. Lacanian practice. New Lacanian perspectives on depression : from the presence of emptiness to the emptiness of presence and development ; The multiform criteria and the practice of psychoanalysis ; The question of time : phases of analysis and Oedipus in analytic treatments ; The supervisor supposed to know : Lacanian perspectives on psychoanalytical supervision ; Cultural difference and Lacanian psychoanalysis : from the master's discourse to post-colonial analytical practice.
Responsibility: Raul Moncayo.

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"This book presents an evolving Lacanian reading of the psychoanalytic theory of narcissism, of the phases within Oedipus, transference, and within different types of analytic treatments. Sexual difference between psychical masculinity and femininity is formulated as a negative dialectic: both sexes are not without having and not having the phallus across levels of logical organization and the three registers of experience. Many clinical examples and vignettes are offered to illustrate Lacanian theory, the permutations within sexuation, as well as the various principles of Lacanian clinical practice. The Lacanian multiform criterion for the practice of psychoanalysis is presented as an alternative to the post-Freudian notions of a standard frame, or a holding environment. The criterion extends the use of psychoanalysis to a larger group of clinical, socio-economic, and multicultural populations. Finally, the book explores the criteria used for the authorization of the analyst, and how supervision differs from analysis, and from the teacher-student and lover-beloved relationships."--Jacket.

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