Reverie and interpretation : sensing something human

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Reverie and interpretation : sensing something human

Thomas H. Ogden

Karnac Books, 1999, c1997

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Includes bibliographical references (p. [265]-276) and index

Description and Table of Contents


This book is concerned with an attempt to use language to capture/convey a sense of the delicate interplay of aliveness and deadness of human experience in the analytic setting represents a major challenge to contemporary psychoanalysis.

Table of Contents

On the Art of Psychoanalysis -- Analyzing Forms of Aliveness and Deadness -- The Perverse Subject of Analysis -- Privacy, Reverie, and Analytic Technique -- Dream Associations -- Reverie and Interpretation -- On the Use of Language in Psychoanalysis -- Listening: Three Frost Poems

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