Titel: Unformulated Experience: From Dissociation to Imagination in Psychoanalysis
Autor/en: Donnel B. Stern
ROUTLEDGE CHAPMAN HALL
April 2003 - kartoniert - 310 Seiten
Much of "Unformulated Experience "concerns the pragmatic clinical consequences of taking to heart this hermeneutic perspective on experience. Stern shows how the unconscious itself can be reconceptualized hermeneutically, and he goes on to explore t
I. Experience Formulated and Unformulated - The Given and the Made: A Constructivist View - Unformulated Experience: An Introduction - Familiar Chaos: Unformulated Experience as Defense - Creative Disorder and Unbidden Perceptions: Unformulated Experience as Possibility II. Reconsidering Self-Deception: Toward a Theory of Dissociation - Imagination and Creative Speech: Thoughts on Dissociation and Formulation - Not-Spelling-Out: Dissociation in the Strong Sense - Narrative Rigidity: Dissociation in The Weak Sense - The Problem of the Private Self: Unformulated Experience, the Interpersonal Field, and Multiplicity III Unformulated Experience in the Work of the Analyst - Interpretation and Subjectivity: A Phenomenology of Resistance - The Analyst's Unformulated Experience o f the Patient - Gadamer's Hermeneutics: A Philosophy for the Embedded Analyst - Courting Surprise: Unbidden Perceptions in Clinical Practice
Donnel Stern, Ph.D., is Training and Supervising Analyst, William Alanson White Institute, and Faculty, NYU Postdoctoral Program in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis. He is on the editorial boards of Psychoanalytic Dialogues, Psychoanalytic Inquiry and Psychoanalytic Psychology, and is the former editor of Contemporary Psychoanalysis.
"Unformulated Experience is not the usual pastiche of poststructuralist and hermeneutical theories stuck onto psychoanalysis like so many bandaids. Stern has evoked a magisterial, coherent theoretical frame of reference that places psychoanalysis (particularly post-Sullivanian interpersonalism) firmly within the postmodern critique of language; and he elaborates with great clarity and wonderfully frank vignettes the clinical implications of this position for contemporary psychoanalysis. The book will surely find its audience among those interested in psychoanalytic theory and practice. Even the most pragmatic clinician will find its clinical implications clarifying and useful. Unformulated Experience is a major contribution."- Edgar Levenson, M.D., William Alanson White Institute"Unformulated Experience is a book of complexity, courage, and verve. Donnel Stern combines Gadamer's hermeneutics and Sullivan'e interpersonal psychoanalysis in a move that separates him from the crow