Instead of that, every session should be seen as complete, not only as a part of the psychoanalytic process
but also as a process in itself.
The author attempts to clarify some of the differences between ordinary doubts and uncertainties that are part and parcel of the psychoanalytic process
, on the one hand, and the sort of doubt that Socrates called "aporia," that is, philosophical and conceptual, on the other.
He argues that psychoanalysis is part of the Western scientific tradition and that the psychoanalytic process
itself is a scientific procedure.
Lipset makes a limited use of psychoanalytic theory which, although insightful in parts, lacks a genuine empirical grounding in the concreteness of the Murik experience and the ethnographer's experience of the psychoanalytic process
And the critique of anticommunism, which is what Red Hunting in the Promised Land intends to do, is in a larger sense the opening up of historical consciousness on the societal level just as the psychoanalytic process
would be on an individual level.
Writing about clinical theory and psychoanalytic process
Their topics include a historical overview of the phenomenology of intersubjectivity and its clinical implications, creation and discovery in the psychoanalytic process
, the struggle against positivism, and the autobiographical dialogue in the dialogue between analysts.
They cover the psychoanalytic process
, psychoanalytic technique, metapsychology, the psychoanalysis of children, culture and society, and psychosomatic medicine.
Here I wonder about the influence of Barratt's spirituality on his interpretation of the psychoanalytic process
It took a further leap, now structured and framed by theory, for Milner to translate her art-making experiences into metaphors for the psychoanalytic process