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Influential Papers from the 1920s : The IJPA Key Papers Series - R. D. Hinshelwood

Influential Papers from the 1920s

The IJPA Key Papers Series

By: R. D. Hinshelwood (Editor)

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The 1920s was the decade when psychoanalysis moved from the fringes of accepted medical practice into the mainstream. It also witnessed the birth of the English-language International Journal of Psychoanalysis.
Freud continued to dominate the psychoanalytic arena with his ongoing innovations and expansion of ideas but topics of interest outside of his inspiration also grew. The influx of women into the profession led to new discussions on female sexuality and, possibly, to greater interest in psychoanalysing children. The papers in this volume deal with substantial issues in the development of psychoanalysis that still have profound echoes in psychoanalytic discussion today.

"My selection includes significant papers on child analysis, sublimation, female sexuality, active technique, character and libidinal development, super-ego, the reality principle, and lay analysis. Thus, breadth of interest rather than depth of debate is what characterised the early years of the Journal." -- R.D. Hinshelwood from his Introduction

Beautifully edited, with the papers divided into their subject matter and contextualised through comprehensive and clear introductions, this is an essential anthology of classic papers with contributions from Karl Abraham, Sandor Ferenczi, Anna Freud, Edward Glover, Karen Horney, Ernest Jones, Melanie Klein, Joan Riviere, and Hermine von Hug-Helmuth.

The editor has chosen papers for this volume that deal with substantial issues in the development of psychoanalysis that still have profound echoes in psychoanalytic discussion today. His broad selection includes significant papers on: child analysis, sublimation, female sexuality, active technique, character and libidinal development, super-ego, the reality principle, and lay analysis. This essential anthology contains classic papers by Karl Abraham, Sandor Ferenczi, Anna Freud, Edward Glover, Karen Horney, Ernest Jones, Melanie Klein, Joan Riviere, and Hermine von Hug-Helmuth.

Series Prefacep. vii
About the Editorp. ix
Introduction to the journal in the 1920sp. 1
Child analysisp. 13
Papers selected: On the technique of child-analysisp. 19
Contribution to the symposium on child-analysisp. 39
On the theory of analysis of childrenp. 73
Phantasy and sublimationp. 85
Paper selected: The relation of beating-phantasies to a day-dreamp. 89
Female sexualityp. 105
Papers selected: On the genesis of the castration complex in womenp. 109
Womanliness as a masqueradep. 127
Active techniquep. 139
Paper selected: "Active therapy" and psychoanalysis--a critical reviewp. 143
Character formationp. 189
Papers selected: The influence of oral erotism on character-formationp. 193
Character formation on the genital level of libido-developmentp. 207
Super-egop. 217
Paper selected: The origin and structure of the super-egop. 221
The sense of realityp. 231
Paper selected: The problems of acceptance of unpleasant ideas: advances in knowledge of the sense of realityp. 235
Lay analysisp. 249
Paper selected: Lay analysisp. 253
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ISBN: 9781855753907
ISBN-10: 1855753901
Series: The IJPA Key Papers Series
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 290
Published: 31st December 2004
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.86 x 14.61  x 2.54
Weight (kg): 0.43