By Allan Frosch
The name of this e-book refers to a selected development of the area that brooks no uncertainty: 'things are the way in which i feel them to be'. there's no opposite direction! it is a actual enhance to one's self assurance - although this conviction is predicated completely on our personal innovations or fast adventure. while a bunch or association proportion a one-dimensional view of the realm the experience of conviction takes the shape of a inflexible ideology; and all different views has to be eliminated.The counterpart to concreteness, or what many consult with as desymbolized thinking/experience or factor - displays, is extra summary considering or "symbolization". Symbolization refers to a strategy wherein we will meaningfully take into account that an occasion may be checked out from various views. Symbolization makes it attainable to examine issues in an "as if" method instead of as "true" or absolute. it's a strategy the place we will view our options as items of our recommendations. We self-reflect. From a psychoanalytic...
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Extra resources for Absolute Truth and Unbearable Psychic Pain. Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Concrete Experience
We can all think of myriad examples in our own lives—just consider the battles and attendant feelings on an organisational level in the world of psychoanalysis, or at your own institute. We can certainly identify such feeling states in the patients we work with. For some, this world is intermittent and represents a regressive alteration in ego functioning; for others it has, as Searles put it, more of a static quality. And on the world’s stage, assassinations are done by people who unequivocally believe that only through a direct expression of aggression to another can their own lives have any meaning.
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The consensual world of “reality” pales in comparison to this fantasy world (see Steingart, 1983), driven by sensation and infused with wishes that reign supreme. What we ordinarily call “emotion” is qualitatively different in this anal/paranoid-schizoid world. Emotions have a primary process “thing” quality, feel all powerful, and are inexorably linked to action (Frosch, 1995, p. 432). The world that I am describing exists to a greater or lesser extent for everyone. We can all think of myriad examples in our own lives—just consider the battles and attendant feelings on an organisational level in the world of psychoanalysis, or at your own institute.
Absolute Truth and Unbearable Psychic Pain. Psychoanalytic Perspectives on Concrete Experience by Allan Frosch