Reading Psychoanalysis: Freud, Rank, Ferenczi, Groddeck

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Cornell University Press, 2002 - 312 من الصفحات

In a stunning fusion of literary criticism and intellectual history, Peter L. Rudnytsky explores the dialectical interplay between literature and psychoanalysis by reading key psychoanalytic texts in a variety of genres. He maps the origins of the contemporary relational tradition in the lives and work of three of Freud's most brilliant and original disciples--Otto Rank, Sándor Ferenczi, and Georg Groddeck. Rudnytsky, a scholar with an unsurpassed knowledge of the world of clinical psychoanalysis, espouses the "relational turn" as an alternative to both ego psychology and postmodernism.

Rudnytsky seeks to alter the received view of the psychoanalytic landscape, in which the towering figure of Freud has continued to obscure the achievements of his followers who individually resisted and collectively went beyond him. Reading Psychoanalysis offers the most detailed and comprehensive treatments available in English of such classic texts as Freud's case of Little Hans, Rank's The Incest Theme in Literature and Legend, and Groddeck's The Book of the It. Rudnytsky's argument for object relations theory concludes by boldly affirming the possibility of a "consilience" between scientific and hermeneutic modes of knowledge.

 

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Freuds Pompeian Fantasy
1
Mother Do You Have a Wiwimaker Too? Freuds Representation of Female Sexuality in the Case of Little Hans
22
Does the Professor Talk to God? Countertransference and Jewish Identity in the Case of Little Hans
35
The Incest Theme and the Oedipus Complex
58
Rereading Rank
86
FerenczisTurn in Psychoanalysis
107
The Analysts Murder of the Patient
127
Groddecks Gospel
141
Psychoanalysis and the Dream of Consilience
207
References
285
Index
303
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Peter L. Rudnytsky is Professor of English at the University of Florida and the Editor of American Imago. He is a 2001 recipient of an award for Outstanding Contributions to Psychoanalysis from the International Federation for Psychoanalytic Education.

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