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Introduction to the Work of Donald Meltzer - Silvia Fano Cassese

Introduction to the Work of Donald Meltzer

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Published: 31st December 2002
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Introduction to the Work of Donald Meltzer is a critical survey of Donald Meltzer's central themes which simultaneously focuses on the most important concepts of his work. This detailed volume should not only spark the reader's interest in these fascinating, yet complex, themes but also encourage readers to deepen their knowledge of them. 'I have tried to point out an aspect which, in my view, is fundamental in Meltzer's theory: that is, the possibility of communicating those typical aspects of his analytical work which go beyond the well-established and reassuring technique. Meltzer's interest constantly turns to that area which is difficult to describe in words and perhaps cannot be expressed in conventional language: the emotional area of non-verbal communication, of reverie and unconscious thinking.'- From the Preface

'[Silvia Fano Cassese] has done a service not only to her students but to me in putting [my work] all in order and linking it with contemporary writers. She has shown not only a deep interest and understanding of my work but has added ideas of her own as well.'- Donald Meltzer from the Foreword

List of Charts
Foreword
Preface
From projective identification to the psychoanalytic process
Projective identification with internal objectsp. 3
The psychoanalytic processp. 13
Perversion, psychosis, dream life
Sexual states of mindp. 37
Explorations in autismp. 47
Dream lifep. 62
The sublime and the "uncanny"
Introductory remarksp. 73
The aesthetic conflict and the enigmatic insidep. 77
The claustrum: the internal world experienced from insidep. 82
"I've been done its way!" An interview with Donald Meltzerp. 95
Learning from experience with Donald Meltzerp. 105
Referencesp. 115
Indexp. 119
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ISBN: 9781855759114
ISBN-10: 185575911X
Audience: Tertiary; University or College
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 142
Published: 31st December 2002
Publisher: Taylor & Francis Ltd
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 22.23 x 14.61  x 1.27
Weight (kg): 0.23