Symbiosis and Ambiguity: A Psychoanalytic Study - New Library of Psychoanalysis by Jose Bleger
Takaful and ambiguity is the first English edition of the classic study of early body relationships by the influential Argentine psychoanalyst Jose Bliger (1922-1972). She is rooted in Kleinian thinking…
Symbiosis and Ambiguity synopsis
Takaful and ambiguity is the first English edition of the classic study of early body relationships by the influential Argentine psychoanalyst Jose Bliger (1922-1972). She is rooted in Kleinian thinking and rich in clinical articles.
The Bleger thesis is that, starting with the lack of primordial contrast, before the positions with bone disorders described by Klein, autism and cohabitation exist as narcissistic relations in a "compact" nucleus. In coexistence, part of the mind is deposited in a person or external state; in autism it is deposited into the patient's mind or body.
The nucleus is mysterious and continues in adults as the psychic part of personality. Takaful tends to paralyze the analytic process, so the analyst must move, tear and distinguish the innate nucleus, whose ambiguity tends to "weaken" oppressive positions.
Psychoanalysis acts as a silent haven for the psychic part of the personality, creating a "phantom world". At some point, therefore, the same setup must be analyzed and the analytical relationship removed, as Bleger notes in a famous chapter on the setting.
Jose Bliger's work illustrates the need to analyze early narcissistic physical relationships when they arise clinically, especially in situ. On a broader scale, non-ownership and participation are factors throughout life: in groups, institutions and society as a whole..
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