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Psychoanalytic theory : an introduction / Anthony Elliott.

By: Elliott, Anthony.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Social studies across the borders. Publisher: Durham, NC : Houndmills [etc.] : Duke University Press ; Palgrave, 2002Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xii, 196 str. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 0822330180.Subject(s): psihoanaliza -- teorija | psihoanalitička teorija
Contents:
Introduction
The force of Freud: situating psychoanalytic studies
About this book
1 The making of the self: divergences in psychoanalytic theory
Imagining th self
Psychoanalytic portraits of the self
The legacy of Freud
Post-Freudian psychoanalysis: self and other
Postmodern identities: contemporary psychoanalytic strategies
Summary
2. Modern culture and its repressed: from Freud to Lasch
Freud's social theory: survival, repression, ambivalence
Escaping society: Erich Fromm's humanistic psychoanalysis
Marcuse's Freudian revolution
Psychoanalysis and post-colonialism
Narcissism: sign of the times?
Concluding remarks
3 Object relations, Kleinian theory, self-psychology: from Erikson to Kohut
Object relations tehroy: self, trust and transitional space
Melanie Klein: paranoid and depressive anxiety
Self-psychology: self-objects and meaning
4 Poststructuralist anxiety: subjects of desire: from Lacan to Laplanche
Jacques Lacan: returning to Freud
Contributions and limitations of Lacan's theory
Lacanian and post-Lacaninan contexts
5 Psychoanalytic feminism: from Chodorow to Butler
Phallic power: sexuality and psychoanalytic theory
Reversing Freud: object relations feminism
Feminist issues in contemporary object relations theory
Lacanian feminism
Feminism beyond Lacan
Psychoanalytic feminism and sexual emancipation
6 The deslocating world of postmodernism: identity in troubled times
Deleuze and Guattari on capitalism and schizophrenia
Lyotard on libidinal intensities
The experience of postmodernity
ostmodernism as repression: excavting the imagination
Conclusion: Psychoanalysis as critical theory
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Introduction

The force of Freud: situating psychoanalytic studies

About this book

1 The making of the self: divergences in psychoanalytic theory

Imagining th self

Psychoanalytic portraits of the self

The legacy of Freud

Post-Freudian psychoanalysis: self and other

Postmodern identities: contemporary psychoanalytic strategies

Summary

2. Modern culture and its repressed: from Freud to Lasch

Freud's social theory: survival, repression, ambivalence

Escaping society: Erich Fromm's humanistic psychoanalysis

Marcuse's Freudian revolution

Psychoanalysis and post-colonialism

Narcissism: sign of the times?

Concluding remarks

3 Object relations, Kleinian theory, self-psychology: from Erikson to Kohut

Object relations tehroy: self, trust and transitional space

Melanie Klein: paranoid and depressive anxiety

Self-psychology: self-objects and meaning

4 Poststructuralist anxiety: subjects of desire: from Lacan to Laplanche

Jacques Lacan: returning to Freud

Contributions and limitations of Lacan's theory

Lacanian and post-Lacaninan contexts

5 Psychoanalytic feminism: from Chodorow to Butler

Phallic power: sexuality and psychoanalytic theory

Reversing Freud: object relations feminism

Feminist issues in contemporary object relations theory

Lacanian feminism

Feminism beyond Lacan

Psychoanalytic feminism and sexual emancipation

6 The deslocating world of postmodernism: identity in troubled times

Deleuze and Guattari on capitalism and schizophrenia

Lyotard on libidinal intensities

The experience of postmodernity

ostmodernism as repression: excavting the imagination

Conclusion: Psychoanalysis as critical theory

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