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Time in practice [electronic resource] : analytical perspectives on the times of our lives / Mary Lynne Ellis.

By: Ellis, Mary Lynne.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: London : Karnac Books, 2008Description: 1 online resource (xviii, 212 p.).ISBN: 9781849406222 (electronic bk.); 1849406227 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Time -- Psychological aspects | Time perception | PSYCHOLOGY -- Movements -- Psychoanalysis | Zeit | Erfahrung | Philosophie | Sexualit�at | PsychoanalyseGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Time in practice.DDC classification: 150.195 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
COVER; Acknowledgements; INTRODUCTION Questions of time; Chapter one Freud's time: repeating or constructing?; Chapter two Jung and the future unconscious; Chapter three Klein: splitting the breast or split in time?; Chapter four Winnicott and Lacan: more about time; Chapter five (Dis)continuous identities and the time of the other; Chapter six Places lived in time; Chapter seven States of time; Chapter eight Finally, speaking of time ...; References;
Summary: This book is an original exploration of the importance in the analytical relationship of an attentiveness to lived, conscious and unconscious experiences of time in its three dimensions. It critically discusses the diverse concepts of time implied in different writings in the psychoanalytic tradition, namely those of Freud, Jung, Klein, Lacan, and Winnicott. "Time in Practice" highlights the limitations of spatial metaphors and the emphasis on the past as determinative. It discusses the contributions of modern European philosophical concepts of temporality. Eva Hoffman's interweaving of time a.
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 195-204) and index.

This book is an original exploration of the importance in the analytical relationship of an attentiveness to lived, conscious and unconscious experiences of time in its three dimensions. It critically discusses the diverse concepts of time implied in different writings in the psychoanalytic tradition, namely those of Freud, Jung, Klein, Lacan, and Winnicott. "Time in Practice" highlights the limitations of spatial metaphors and the emphasis on the past as determinative. It discusses the contributions of modern European philosophical concepts of temporality. Eva Hoffman's interweaving of time a.

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COVER; Acknowledgements; INTRODUCTION Questions of time; Chapter one Freud's time: repeating or constructing?; Chapter two Jung and the future unconscious; Chapter three Klein: splitting the breast or split in time?; Chapter four Winnicott and Lacan: more about time; Chapter five (Dis)continuous identities and the time of the other; Chapter six Places lived in time; Chapter seven States of time; Chapter eight Finally, speaking of time ...; References;

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