psychoanalytical


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Synonyms for psychoanalytical

of or relating to or incorporating the methods and theory of psychiatric treatment originated by Sigmund Freud

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Overall, for all its positives and negatives, Roudinesco's description of the psychoanalytical plague unleashed by Freud and so much developed by Lacan owes less to Artaud and Camus than Borges.
Kenneth Smith superbly brings together philosophical and psychoanalytical approaches to Scriabin's music.
On one side, it is a necessary condition for the implementation of the fundamental rule of free association in therapy, on the other expanding the horizon of the individual's freedom is the goal of psychoanalytical treatment.
Out of what in places can be a rather dense theoretical montage, there emerges a forceful interpretation of how Lacan's psychoanalytical theories may hold useful insights for contemporary discourses about cyberspace and digital technologies.
He said the committee made an agreement with the director of the Vision Center for Societal Studies Ibrahim Al-Dowaish to explore the possibilities of employing psychoanalytical techniques to help porn addicts.
Here, the views of individual Jewish theologians, religious leaders, and biblical scholars of the last 150 years, together with artistic, literary, philosophical, and psychoanalytical approaches, are set alongside popular cultural attitudes.
1925: Sigmund Freud became the chairman of the International Psychoanalytical Foundation.
Cleese said: It will be an evening of well-honed anecdotes, psychoanalytical titbits, details of recent surgical procedures, and unprovoked attacks on former colleagues, especially Michael Palin
The Monty Python and Fawlty Towers funnyman says: "It is an evening of well honed anecdotes, psychoanalytical tit-bits, details of recent surgical procedures, and unprovoked attacks on former colleagues, especially Michael Palin.
McAdam's imposition of Freudian terms on Renaissance masques and plays, as in the just quoted sentence, sorts with his view that modern psychoanalytical theory is the valid science to be set against the religious "ideology" that hampers the plays' authors.
Pulham's conception of this intertwining of Lee's psyche and storying is informed by her understanding of a particular psychoanalytical theory, that of the "transitional object" as originally proposed by Donald Winnicott in 1971 in his Playing and Reality.
Her background section covers the sense in stupidity, euphemisms and abuse, and a short mythical and psychoanalytical history.
The tour will feature the 70-year-old recounting memories from his life and successful comic career, or, as he puts it: "It is an evening of well-honed anecdotes, psychoanalytical titbits, details of recent surgical procedures, and unprovoked attacks on former colleagues, especially Michael Palin".
He joked: "It is an evening of wel l honed anecdotes, psychoanalytical tit-bits, details of recent surgical procedures and unprovoked attacks on former colleagues - especially Michael Palin.
He said today: "It's an evening of well-honed anecdotes, psychoanalytical tit-bits, details of recent surgical procedures, and unprovoked attacks on former colleagues, especially Michael Palin.