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Author Rudnytsky, Peter L.

Title Ferenczi's Turn in Psychoanalysis
Published New York : NYU Press, 1996
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Description 1 online resource (308 pages)
Contents Cover; Title Page; Copyright Page; CONTENTS; ACKNOWLEDGMENTS; CONTRIBUTORS; Introduction: Ferenczi's Turn in Psychoanalysis; PART I Contexts and Continuities; One Freud and His Intellectual Environment: The Case of Sándor Ferenczi; Two The Founding of the Budapest School; Three The Budapest School of Psychoanalysis; Four O, Patria Mia; Five Ferenczi's Early Impact on Washington, D.C.; PART II Disciple and Dissident; Six Asymmetry and Mutuality in the Analytic Relationship: Contemporary Lessons from the Freud-Ferenczi Dialogue
Fourteen A New World Symphony: Ferenczi and the Integration of Nonpsychoanalytic Techniques into Psychoanalytic PracticeFifteen The "Wise Baby" Grows Up: The Contemporary Relevance of Sándor Ferenczi; INDEX
Seven Sándor Ferenczi: Negative Transference and Transference DepressionEight The Tragic Encounter between Freud and Ferenczi and Its Impact on the History of Psychoanalysis; Nine Ferenczi's Mother Tongue; Ten Mutual Analysis: A Logical Outcome of Sándor Ferenczi's Experiments in Psychoanalysis; PART III Theory and Technique; Eleven Hermann's Concept of Clinging in Light of Modern Drive Theory; Twelve Castration and Narcissism in Ferenczi; Thirteen The Influence of Ferenczi's Ideas on Contemporary Standard Technique
Summary Sigmund Freud's role in the history and development of psychoanalysis continues to be the standard by which others are judged. One of the most remarkable features of that history, however, is the exceptional caliber of the men and women Freud attracted as disciples and coworkers. One of the most influential, and perhaps overlooked, of them was the Hungarian analyst Sndor Ferenczi. Apart from Freud, Ferenczi is the analyst from that pioneering generation who addresses most immediately the concerns of contemporary psychoanalysts. In Ferenczi's Turn in Psychoanalysis fifteen eminent scholars and
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Subject Ferenczi, Sándor, 1873-1933.
Psychoanalysis -- History.
Psychoanalysis -- Hungary -- History.
Genre/Form History.
Form Electronic book
Author Bókay, Antal.
Giampieri-Deutsch, Patrizia.
ISBN 0814771505