By Robin Anderson, Hanna Segal
Scientific Lectures on Klein and Bion outlines the elemental rules of their pondering and indicates intimately how those rules can be utilized to take on a scientific challenge. The participants right a few universal misconceptions approximately Kleinian research, whereas demonstrating the continuity in their daily paintings with seminal rules of Klein and Bion. initially given as a chain of lectures meant to acquaint most of the people with fresh advancements in psychoanalytic considering and perform, the papers during this publication hide the main basic principles recommend via Klein and Bion; baby research, Klein's use of the thoughts of subconscious phantasy, projective id, the paranoid-schizoid and depressive positions, Bion's examine of psychotic pondering, his principles of the relation among box and contained, and the usefulness of the guidelines of reversible point of view in knowing 'as if' personalities. specifically, this e-book offers an eminently readable and authoritative creation to a few of the main unique and debatable techniques ever recommend in psychoanalysis.
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If the frustration cannot be tolerated, the negative realization (that is, the absence of something) is perceived as the presence of something bad-‘a bad thing’—with the notion that it can be got rid of; hence the phantasy that a state of deprivation can be eliminated by abolishing things. If, because of this failure to transform preconception into idea, there is in phantasy an incorporation literally and concretely of the external object into the inner world, then a state of mind exists which underlies some psychotic and severe obsessional states.
We see in these patients the great need they have for a good internal object, an object they can rely on that will help them to contain the anxieties, bear the vicissitudes of life, sustain them with the strength to encounter new difficulties and to enjoy the challenges of life. In fact, as Bion remarked, the first thing a patient does when he finds an object who does provide the support is to tell the object what it was like not to have it. We see Maxi dependent on mechanical objects; a patient clinging to the excitement of coupling for purposes of torture; a patient fused with an idealized object whilst escaping the horror of facing damage and of a retributive superego or conscience.
On the Friday before a long weekend she reports a dream; she explains that before the dream the telephone had rung late at night. It was her husband’s firm in Israel. ) But she decided to turn over and go to sleep. In the dream they are at first in what seems like a railway station; there are gate exits on either side and many pillars (she pronounces the word as if it were ‘pillows’) supporting the structure. From there they take a sailingboat; the sea is extremely beautiful—that wonderful clear marine green— and there are many little red fish (as on the Coral Beach in Eilat).
Clinical Lectures on Klein and Bion (New Library of Psychoanalysis) by Robin Anderson, Hanna Segal