|ბიბლიოგრაფია, და ასე შემდეგ , შენიშვნა
|| Includes bibliographical references (p. -254) and index.
|| Machine generated contents note: -- PART I: FREUDIAN THEORY The Appeal Of Psychoanalysis A Family History of Psychoanalysis What Freud Was Trying To Do The Freudian Unconscious Sex, Aggression, Life And Death Repression and other Defences The Structure of The Mind: Id, Ego, Superego Oedipus, Masculinity, Femininity Psychopathology (What Makes us Sad (and Mad)) PART II: DEVELOPMENTS IN PSYCHOANALYTIC THEORY Psychoanalysts After Freud Attachment and Mentalisation The Principles Of Object Relations Theory Mourning, Melancholia, Depression and Loss The Paranoid-Schizoid Position and Other Extremes Projection and Projective Identification Lacanian Psychoanalysis Interpretation and Transference Psychotherapeutic Relationships Psychoanalysis, Art and Literature Psychoanalysis, Religion and Society.
|მოკლე შინაარსი, და სხვა
|| "How is psychoanalytic theory relevant in the modern age? How does it inform and interact with culture? From Freud to Lacan, this insightful text clearly explores key psychoanalytic writers, core ideas, and their development. A vibrant text mapping the relevance of psychoanalysis across social sciences, humanities and the arts"--Provided by publisher.