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By Sigmund Freud

ISBN-10: 2213637644

ISBN-13: 9782213637648

Malaise dans los angeles civilisation (1931) et Considération actuelle sur l. a. guerre et los angeles mort (1915), les deux textes présentés ici dans leur model originale et dans une nouvelle traduction française, nous font découvrir un Freud « politique », qui réfléchit sur l. a. guerre et cherche à intégrer ces réflexions dans une recherche plus spécifiquement psychanalytique sur les reasons permanentes des conflits en général.
Dans le texte de 1915, Freud déplore naturellement l. a. guerre en en montrant les effets dévastateurs sur l. a. tradition en général, mais il y voit aussi los angeles possibilité d’exprimer, passant outre les effets de censure, los angeles violence « primitive » des pulsions, qu’il est useless de vouloir constamment réprimer.

En 1931, Malaise dans l. a. civilisation marque l’intégration à l. a. théorie freudienne de los angeles concept de pulsion de mort, mise au jour par los angeles psychanalyste russe Sabina Spielrein. Si los angeles place qu’adopte Freud dans ce texte à l’égard de los angeles guerre imminente peut sembler fataliste, ce serait le trahir que de réduire son angle à los angeles résignation. Freud est convaincu que le consentement à los angeles guerre n’est pas simplement le fait de ceux qui vont se rendre coupables de los angeles déclencher, mais qu’il a des racines plus profondes et qu’il exerce ainsi de manière très insidieuse sa séduction sur de très vastes cercles. Il comprend aussi très vite ce que sera l’« esprit de Munich », dont il constate les prodromes dans les atermoiements de los angeles SDN.

Ces deux textes essentiels sont suivis d’une nouvelle traduction de los angeles lettre à Albert Einstein datée de 1933, intitulée Pourquoi los angeles guerre ?

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The Great Chain of Being. New Jersey: Transaction, 2009. Rayner, E. (1991). The Independent Mind in British Psychoanalysis. London: Free Association. , & Godley, W. (2004). Institutional responses to boundary violations: The case of Masud Khan. International Journal of Psycho-Analysis, 85: 27–42. Willoughby, R. (2004). Masud Khan: The Myth and the Reality. London: Free Association. Winnicott, D. W. (1945). Primitive emotional development. In: Through Paediatrics to Psychoanalysis (pp. 145–156).

It is hoped that in attempting this, that this volume also implicitly reveals something of the origins, significant milestones, contemporary development, and theoretical expansion of the thinking of this man who is the major figure of what was The Middle Group. Chapter One consists of the transcript of a lecture given by Martin James, Winnicott’s colleague and friend, and board member, along with Clare Winnicott, of the inaugural Winnicott Trust Board. James gives an account of Winnicott, the person and his thinking, and an account of what the board discussed and what they subsequently decided Winnicott would have wanted his financial legacy to be used for.

He said she had been a ‘good mother’, but had been depressed during his infancy” (Anderson, 1982). Winnicott (1958, p. 93) writes specifically about the effect of a depressed mother. One pattern is for the child to try to bring vitality to the mother: “the mother’s need for help in respect of the deadness and blackness in her inner world finds a response in the child’s liveliness and colour”. Winnicott (1965b, p. 192) further explains: “The task of the infant in such a case is to be alive and to look alive and to communicate being alive; in fact, this is the ultimate aim of such an individual …” Was Winnicott one of these children who, faced with a depressed mother, is sidetracked from living a life that proceeds from the true self but instead tries to bring vitality to his mother?

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