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The Vitality of Objects : Exploring the Work of Christopher Bollas.

Author: Joseph Scalia
Publisher: London : SAGE Publications, 2002.
Series: Disseminations: Psychoanalysis in Context.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"One of the most interesting theorists in contemporary psychoanalysis, Bollas emphasizes both the creativity of subjectivity itself and the key place of experience in the formation of psychical constructions and fantasy"--Anthony Elliott, Centre for Critical Theory, University of the West of England This eclectic collection of essays reflects the far-reaching, multi-dimensional influence of Christopher Bollas.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Scalia
ISBN: 9781446266106 1446266109
OCLC Number: 823580390
Description: 1 online resource (250 pages).
Contents: PART ONE - ESSAYS FROM PSYCHOANALYSISLost in Thought - Joel Beck The Receptive UnconsciousIdiom, Intuition and Unconcious Intelligence - Arne Jemstedt Thoughts on Some Aspects of the Writings of Christopher BollasFutures - Adam PhillipsTransformational, Conservative and Terminal Objects - Gabriela Mann The Application of Bollas's Concepts to Practice`Love Is Where It Finds You' - James S. Grotstein The Caprices of the `Aleatory Object'PART TWO - ESSAYS FROM OTHER DISCIPLINESReturns of the Repressed - Anthony Molino and Wesley Shumar Some New Applications of Psychoanalysis to EthnographyOf Knowledge and Mothers - Jacqueline Rose On the work of Christopher BollasThe Poetics of Analysis - Joanne Feit Diehl Klein, Bollas and the Theory of the Text`If My Mouth Could Marry a Hurt Like That!' - Michael Szollosy Reading Auto-Mutilation, Auto-Biography in the Work of Christopher Bollas and Sylvia PlathPainting Into a Corner - Greg Drasler Representation as ShelterCracking Up the Audience - Kate BrownePART THREE - A CONVERSATION WITH CHRISTOPHER BOLLASChristopher Bollas, Interviewed by Anthony MolinoChristopher Bollas, Selected Bibliography
Series Title: Disseminations: Psychoanalysis in Context.

Abstract:

"One of the most interesting theorists in contemporary psychoanalysis, Bollas emphasizes both the creativity of subjectivity itself and the key place of experience in the formation of psychical constructions and fantasy"--Anthony Elliott, Centre for Critical Theory, University of the West of England This eclectic collection of essays reflects the far-reaching, multi-dimensional influence of Christopher Bollas. Bollas galvanises our understanding of what happens when people encounter the objects - the endlessly variegated content - of external reality. Each of us ha.

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