From Death Instinct to Attachment Theory : The Primacy of the Child in Freud, Klein, and Hermann - Haute, Philippe Van

From Death Instinct to Attachment Theory : The Primacy of the Child in Freud, Klein, and Hermann

Philippe Van Haute

Yayınevi: Other Press

Yayın tarihi: 11/2007

ISBN: 9781590511527

Yazar : Tomas Geyskens

İngilizce | 160 Sayfa |

Tür: Psikanaliz

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In From Death Instinct to Attachment Theory, Tomas Geyskens and Philippe Van Haute address a theoretical conflict at the heart of contemporary psychoanalysis. Geyskens and Van Haute resolve the apparent tension between the empirical fact of the primacy of attachment and the fundamental psychoanalytic theory of infantile trauma by drawing on Imre Hermann's distinction between natural development and subjective history. Arguing that Hermann's theory constitutes a workable clinical anthropology of attachment, they undertake an analysis of the work of Freud and Klein on the death instinct, trauma, and infantile sexuality; the critique leveled by attachment theorists like Bowlby; and the overlooked insights of the Hungarian School of Psychoanalysis.

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