By Giovanna Ambrosio, Simona Argentieri, Jorge Canestri
This e-book compares diversified psychoanalytic considering and models―from a conscientiously Freudian perspective―on 3 options of significant theoretical and medical value: Language, Symbolization, and Psychoses.
These options are considerably interwoven with one another either in own improvement in addition to within the abnormal and person sorts of pathology. The authors have endeavored to answer one of many most efficient queries that has occupied Jacqueline Amati Mehler's considering: even if and the way the acquisitions of recent psychoanalysis have caused alterations in our standards of analysability; no matter if our elevated wisdom has result in a better healing means, as she believes; and no matter if, hence, we needs to advocate the so-called flexibility of the atmosphere and the classical tools, as she doesn't think.
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Extra info for Language, Symbolization and Psychosis: Essays in Honour of Jacqueline Amati Mehler
They are deeply ‘forgotten’. In the case of lethargy, the memories of the buried, tragic Oedipus complex (Cesio, 1987) are memories of ‘death’. In the past, the resistance blocking these contents from becoming conscious caused them to be considered non-analysable. The other category of memories, the psychic memories, have time, because they have passed through consciousness, and, therefore, their pathological expressions are manifested as psychoneuroses or transference neuroses. In each memory, we find intimately interrelated components: actual, action, psychic, and texts1.
Freud suggests this idea in Analysis Terminable and Interminable (1937), when he provides us with the metaphor of the ‘bedrock’ as the limit between the biological and the psychic. This is the rock into which the hieroglyphs are carved, the sacred and fundamental marks that we conceive of as the ‘fundamental language’ from which all words and tongues derive, an unknown and ‘forgotten’ text; to discover it and make a memory of it requires an effort of construction like Champollion’s work. A paradox: the word of the text is privileged, in the sense of its power to make the repressed memory into a memory; however, when it is only a word image, a remembrance, it conceals and acts as a counter-cathexis, a resistance against the full word, which carries meaning and affect, becoming conscious.
396). In other words, he tells us that the affect has, in its ‘construction’, a latent text, while in the manifest, it is the somatic component, the anxiety, that appears. ’ This means that the actual, the hysterical attack, has a latent reminiscence, while its manifestation, which we know as the conversion, is somatic. In a similar way, the affect, an actual and somatic manifestation, like the hysterical attack, manifests a latent idea, an inherited reminiscence: it is also a kind of conversion, based on an unconscious idea that is beyond time.