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- Plutocratic Fears and Fantasies: Projective Identification and Enactment in a Market Society
- Projective identification and psychotherapeutic technique
- On projective identification.
Plutocratic Fears and Fantasies: Projective Identification and Enactment in a Market Society
There are currently no reviews Be the first to review. An examination of projective identification and its clinical uses from a Kleinian perspective. The author puts forward the hypothesis that identification is the patient's way of mastering significant trauma. Ogden illuminates some of the experiences with patients that we must bear in order to be of help. The second is that Dr.
Projective identification and psychotherapeutic technique
Defense mechanisms are regarded as means by which the ego protects itself against such unpleasurable experiences as anxiety, Projective identification and psychotherapeutic technique. New York: Jason Aronson. Google Scholar. Rapaport, D. Hardcover with dust jacket. The book and dust jacket are in very good condition with very slight shelf wear. Interior clean and tight.
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Recently, the fears and violent fantasies of some of the wealthy elite in the United States have become public. In this article, I claim that these fantasies, which emerge from and are linked to neoliberal capitalistic narratives, are signifiers of a systemic and often hidden social reality of class relations. Moreover, they are social-cultural symptoms of unconscious material, dynamics, and communications taking place between classes. I use the concepts of projective identification and enactment to tease out the psychosocial dynamics and communications of these class-based fantasies and consider briefly the implications of this perspective. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution. Rent this article via DeepDyve. A caution is needed here.
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Thomas Ogden is a psychoanalyst and writer, of both psychoanalytic and fiction books, who lives and works in San Francisco , California. He served for a year as an Associate Psychiatrist at the Tavistock Clinic in London , and did his psychoanalytic training at the San Francisco Psychoanalytic Institute, where he has remained on the faculty. For more than 25 years he has served as Director of the Center for the Advanced Study of the Psychoses. Ogden is a supervising and personal analyst at the Psychoanalytic Institute of Northern California.