The Surviving Object (häftad)
Format
Häftad (Paperback / softback)
Språk
Engelska
Antal sidor
186
Utgivningsdatum
2021-09-28
Förlag
Routledge
Illustratör/Fotograf
black and white 4 Illustrations 4 Halftones black and white
Illustrationer
4 Halftones, black and white; 4 Illustrations, black and white
Dimensioner
234 x 156 x 11 mm
Vikt
304 g
Antal komponenter
1
Komponenter
449:B&W 6.14 x 9.21 in or 234 x 156 mm (Royal 8vo) Perfect Bound on White w/Matte Lam
ISBN
9781032075181

The Surviving Object

Psychoanalytic clinical essays on psychic survival-of-the-object

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In this book, Abram proposes and elaborates the dual concept of an intrapsychic surviving and non surviving object and examines how psychic survival-of-the-object places the early m/Other at the centre of the nascent psyche before innate factors are relevant. Abrams clinical-theoretical elaborations advance several of Winnicotts key concepts. Moreover, the clinical illustrations show how her advances arise out of the transference-countertransference matrix of the analyzing situation. Chapter by chapter the reader witnesses the evolution of her proposals that not only enhance an appreciation of Winnicotts original clinical paradigm but also demonstrate how much more there is to glean from his texts especially in the contemporary consulting room. The Surviving Object comprises 8 chapters covering themes such as: the incommunicado self; violation of the self; the paradox of communication; terror at the roots of non survival; an implicit theory of desire; the fear of WOMAN underlying misogyny; the meaning of infantile sexuality; the father in the nursing mothers mind as an integrate in the nascent psyche; formlessness preceding integration; a theory of madness. The volume will appeal to psychoanalysts and psychoanalytically-informed psychotherapists of all levels who are inspired by clinical psychoanalysis and the study of human nature.
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"In her new book, Jan Abram continues the impressive endeavour to explore, discuss and develop the work of D. W. Winnicott. This time her personal voice is stronger. By offering the reader an Ariadne thread, through her clinical innovation of the intrapsychic surviving and non surviving objects, she takes the reader on a journey through the complexity of Winnicotts work, and her own reflections of its clinical and theoretical implications. She includes an abundance of examples from her clinical work, and a continuous dialogue with other psychoanalytic writers. This makes Abrams contribution not only helpful to the understanding of Winnicott, but also to several of the most important discussions in contemporary psychoanalysis." - Slvi Kristiansen, Training and Supervising Analyst; Past President, The Norwegian Psychoanalytic Society "Jan Abram has made this marvellous achievement showing that DW Winnicott's two-person psychology is three-dimensional, following her inspiring meeting with Andr Green. To illustrate her psychoanalytic journey, she makes heuristic use of Japanese Ukiyo-e so that readers may enjoy viewing the transient and transitional object together while learning from the author, and in the end, shall realize the object has survived intrapsychically." - Osamu Kitayama, Training and Supervising Analyst & Past President Japan Psychoanalytic Society "In The Surviving Object, Jan Abram, the foremost Winnicott scholar writing today, discusses the way Winnicott reinvents the meanings of words as he goes, and uses the unique language he creates to convey understandings that analytic writing has never previously held. In this new work, she presents her own clinical work, which is strongly rooted in Winnicotts thinking, but is uniquely her own. She speaks with her patients in a way that is sometimes calming, sometimes confrontational, sometimes stunningly insightful, but always profoundly personal and humane. This is an extraordinary book that must not be missed." - Thomas Ogden, author most recently of Reclaiming Unlived Life and Creative Readings: Essays on Seminal Analytic Works. "The Surviving Object is a significant milestone in understanding the richness of Winnicotts contributions to psychoanalysis. Jan Abram, a leading exponent of Winnicotts work, traces the evolution of his central concepts, with the detailed grasp of them for which she is known. She also traces how her own understanding of them has developed over time and found expression in her clinical work. Winnicotts ideas are carried forward in the process, and their links to French psychoanalysis in particular are valuably explored. This book is both an extremely useful survey of Winnicotts thought and a creative elaboration of it." - Michael Parsons, author of Living Psychoanalysis: From Theory to Experience "In her new book, Jan Abram continues the impressive endeavour to explore, discuss and develop the work of D. W. Winnicott. This time her personal voice is stronger. By offering the reader an Ariadne thread, through her clinical innovation of the intrapsychic surviving and non surviving objects, she takes the reader on a journey through the complexity of Winnicotts work, and her own reflections of its clinical and theoretical implications. She includes an abundance of examples from her clinical work, and a continuous dialogue with other psychoanalytic writers. This makes Abrams contribution not only helpful to the understanding of Winnicott, but also to several of the most important discussions in contemporary psychoanalysis." - Slvi Kristiansen, Training and Supervising Analyst; Past President, The Norwegian Psychoanalytic Society "Jan Abram has made this marvellous achievement showing that DW Winnicott's two-person psychology is three-dimensional, following her inspiring meeting with Andr Green. To illustrate her psychoanalytic journey, she ma

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Jan Abram is a Training and Supervising Psychoanalyst of the British Psychoanalytical Society and Visiting Professor of the Psychoanalysis Unit, University College, London. She is Vice President of the European Psychoanalytic Federation. She has published several books and articles notably: The Language of Winnicott (1st edition 1996; 2nd edition 2007), Outstanding Academic Book of the year (1997); Donald Winnicott Today (2013); The Clinical Paradigms of Melanie Klein and Donald Winnicott: comparisons and dialogues (2018 with co-author R. D. Hinshelwood).

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Why Winnicott? 1. Squiggles, clowns and Catherine wheels: violation of the self and its vicissitudes (1996) 2. The surviving object (2003) 3. The non surviving object: reflections on the roots of terror (2005) 4. The fear of WOMAN/analysis: reflections on desire, infantile sexuality and psychic survival-of-the-object (2010) 5. On Winnicotts clinical innovations in the analysis of adults (2012) 6. On Winnicotts area of formlessness: the pure female element and the capacity to feel real (2013) 7. The paternal integrate and its role in the analyzing situation 2013) 8. The fear of madness in the context of nachtrglichkeit and the negative therapeutic reaction (2018) Appendix: The dating of Fear of Breakdown and The Psychology of Madness and why it matters (2018)