9780415220842

Immaterial Facts: Freud's Discovery of Psychic Reality and Klein's Development of His Work

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    9780415220842

  • ISBN10:

    041522084X

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Nonspecific Binding
  • Copyright: 1999-12-29
  • Publisher: Routledge

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Summary

Shows how Melanie Klien's studies of sexuality aggression, unconscious fantasy and identification in children extended and corrected Freud's theories of the development of the superego and early stages of the Oedipus complex.

Author Biography

Dr. Robert Caper is a training and supervising psychoanalyst at the Psychoanalytic Centre of California.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments ix
Preface xi
Foreword xiii
Hanna Segal
PART I Freud's Discovery of Psychic Reality 1(70)
Immaterial Facts
3(8)
Freud's Early Model of the Mind
5(1)
Psychic Reality
6(2)
Psychoanalysis of Children
8(3)
Psychology without a Psyche
11(6)
The Seduction Theory
13(2)
A Scientific Fairy Tale
15(2)
The Discovery of Unconscious Fantasy
17(8)
Infantile Sexuality
22(1)
The Oedipus Complex
23(1)
The Dynamic Unconscious
24(1)
The Structure of Dreams and Neurosis
25(7)
The Meaning of Dreams
26(3)
Dreams and Neurosis
29(1)
Repression
29(3)
Transference and the Crystallization of the Psychoanalytic Method
32(11)
The Role of Transference in Psychoanalysis
32(6)
The Crystallization of the Psychoanalytic Method
38(1)
Free Association
38(4)
Free-Floating Attention
42(1)
Gravitational Confinement
43(4)
The Persistence of Freud's Original Model
44(1)
The Theory of Libido
45(2)
A Specimen Case: Little Hans
47(9)
Case History
47(6)
Freud at the Midpoint of His Development
53(3)
Identification and the Structure of the Inner World
56(5)
Identification
56(3)
The Structure of the Inner World
59(2)
Anxiety and the Structure of the Inner World
61(6)
Abandoning the Libido Theory of Anxiety
61(2)
A Psychological Theory of Anxiety
63(4)
Beyond Eros
67(4)
The Destructive Instinct
67(4)
PART II Melanie Klein's Development of Freud's Work 71(82)
Melanie Klein's Place in Psychoanalysis
73(6)
Freud's Comments on Klein
75(2)
Opposition and Acceptance
77(2)
The Method of Child Psychoanalysis
79(8)
Klein's Approach to the Psychoanalysis of Children
82(1)
Klein's Technique of Child Analysis
83(1)
Transference in Children
84(3)
The Child's Construction of Experience
87(7)
External Repression
88(2)
The Child's Internal World
90(4)
Instinct, Fantasy, and Early Psychic Processes
94(6)
Fantasy and Instinct
94(2)
Unconscious Fantasy and External Reality
96(1)
Fantasy and Psychological Structure
97(3)
Projective Identification and the Formation of the Inner World
100(11)
The Formation of the Superego
100(3)
Splitting and the Early Development of the Internal Object World
103(2)
The Paranoid-Schizoid Position
105(1)
Projective Identification
105(3)
Projective Identification and the Psychoanalysis of Schizophrenia
108(3)
The Transformation of the Superego: Psychological Integration and Growth
111(12)
The Depressive Position and the Sense of Reality
115(2)
Reparation
117(1)
Manic Defenses and Depressive Illness
117(4)
Reparation, Creativity, and Normal Psychological Development
121(2)
The Early Stages of the Oedipus Complex
123(11)
Oedipal Development of the Boy
127(2)
Oedipal Development of the Girl
129(1)
The Kleinian Revision of the Oedipus Complex
130(4)
Envy and Gratitude, Splitting and Integration
134(7)
Unconscious Envy and Splitting
136(3)
Unconscious Gratitude and Integration
139(2)
Psychoanalytic Knowledge
141(5)
Therapeutic Knowledge
141(2)
Theoretical Knowledge
143(3)
Freud and Klein: A Summary
146(7)
References 153(4)
Index 157

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