Book ID: CBB292637195

Elementi di clinica lacaniana per la costruzione del caso e la direzione della cura (2024)

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Giuseppe Salzillo (Author)


Mimesis
Publication date: 2024
Language: Italian


Publication Date: 2024
Physical Details: 466 pp.

La ricerca di Lacan ha sempre avuto come orizzonte la pratica clinica. A ciascun psicoanalista resta il compito di continuare a interrogare la tecnica, la teoria e di fare ricerca. Il testo nasce da questa convinzione e si propone come un “percorso di lettura” volto a evidenziare quegli aspetti della teoria clinica di Lacan essenziali per la costruzione del caso, utili per cogliere la logica degli interventi e la direzione della cura. Nella prima parte l’autore si interroga sul posto che può ricoprire oggi la psicoanalisi nel complesso panorama delle pratiche terapeutiche, proponendo una riflessione su alcuni aspetti epistemologici attinenti al discorso scientifico e sulla posizione che il discorso analitico può avere in questo ambito. Nella seconda propone una riflessione clinica sul sintomo, che quando non si sa leggere apre al transfert, che a sua volta apre a una domanda. Nella terza parte, Giuseppe Salzillo tratta il concetto di fantasma come logica di una vita nelle sue varie declinazioni. Nella quarta propone la lettura lacaniana dell’Edipo, del desiderio e del concetto di identificazione e, per finire, nella quinta e ultima parte espone una riflessione sulla clinica borromea. [Abstract translated by Google Translate: This is the abstract in English… Lacan's research has always had clinical practice as its horizon. Each psychoanalyst has the task of continuing to question technique, theory and doing research. The book was born from this belief and is proposed as a "reading path" aimed at highlighting those aspects of Lacan's clinical theory essential for the construction of the case, useful for grasping the logic of the interventions and the direction of the treatment. In the first part, the author questions the place that psychoanalysis can play today in the complex panorama of therapeutic practices, proposing a reflection on some epistemological aspects relevant to scientific discourse and on the position that analytical discourse can have in this area. In the second he proposes a clinical reflection on the symptom, which when one does not know how to read opens up to transference, which in turn opens up to a question. In the third part, the author deals with the concept of "ghost" as the logic of a life in its various declinations. In the fourth he proposes the Lacanian reading of Oedipus, of desire and the concept of identification.]

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Authors & Contributors
Berkenkotter, Carol
Bishop, Paul
Castel, Pierre-Henri
Conci, Marco
Glynos, Jason
Greenberg, Gary
Journals
Psychoanalysis and History
Mefisto: Rivista di medicina, filosofia, storia
American Imago
Bulletin of the History of Medicine
History of European Ideas
Journal of Medical Biography
Publishers
University of South Carolina
Daimon Verlag
Duke University Press
Karnac Books
Oxford University Press
Presses Universitaires de France
Concepts
Psychoanalysis
Psychiatry
Therapeutic practice; therapy; treatment
Psychology
Mental disorders and diseases
Philosophy of science
People
Lacan, Jacques
Freud, Sigmund
Morgenthaler, Fritz
Bleuler, Eugen
Fanon, Frantz
Fliess, Wilhelm
Time Periods
20th century
19th century
20th century, late
21st century
Places
United States
France
Paris (France)
Chicago (Illinois, U.S.)
Europe
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