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Psychoanalysis, the body, and the Oedipal plot : a critical re-imaging of the body in psychoanalysis

Author: Fernanda Magallanes
Publisher: New York : Routledge, 2019.
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Psychoanalysis, the Body, and the Oedipal Plot is a new radical departure in psychoanalytic exposition. An attempt is made to convey, in a language accessible for people from different disciplines, some of the most difficult processes that conform our subjectivity and our concept of difference and alterity. Containing both significant theoretical material and applications of the theory to clinical psychoanalytic  Read more...
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Magallanes, Fernanda, 1985- author.
Psychoanalysis, the body, and the Oedipal plot
New York : Routledge, 2019
(DLC) 2018035917
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Fernanda Magallanes
ISBN: 9780429422812 0429422814 9780429750106 0429750102 9780429750090 0429750099 9780429750083 0429750080
OCLC Number: 1062395533
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: Body formation in psychoanalysis --
Preliminary remarks on the body in psychoanalysis --
Hysteria: the agonies of an epistemic crisis of the body --
General remarks on the concept of the body --
From being a body to having a body --
The bodily ego --
Bick, anzieu, piera aulagnier --
The body and the death drive --
Françoise dolto : the unconscious image and the function of language as a narcissistic bond --
Conclusions about body formation --
Readdressing oedipus --
The oedipal complex and the oedipal myth --
Rethinking sexual difference and the oedipal complex --
The broken house of labdacus --
Clinical practice and social phenomena --
Conclusions.
Responsibility: Fernanda Magallanes.

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Psychoanalysis, the Body, and the Oedipal Plot is a new radical departure in psychoanalytic exposition. An attempt is made to convey, in a language accessible for people from different disciplines, some of the most difficult processes that conform our subjectivity and our concept of difference and alterity. Containing both significant theoretical material and applications of the theory to clinical psychoanalytic practice, this book offers the latest thinking on the importance of the body in psychoanalytic theory. Psychoanalysis, the Body, and the Oedipal Plot will be of interest to psychoanalysts, philosophers, and cultural theorists.

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