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By Paul Ricœur

Peut-on écrire sur Freud sans être ni analyste ni analysé ? Non, s'il s'agit d'un essai sur los angeles psychanalyse comme pratique vivante ; oui, s'il s'agit d'un essai sur l'œuvre de Freud comme rfile écrit, auquel l. a. mort de son auteur a mis un element ultimate : une interprétation d'ensemble de notre tradition, qui a changé los angeles compréhension que les hommes ont d'eux-mêmes et de leur vie.Or, cette interprétation, précisément, est tombée dans le domaine public, tombée jusqu'au bavardage. Il appartient dès lors au philosophe de l. a. justifier, c'est-à-dire d'en déterminer le sens, l. a. légitimité et les limites.Comme le montre Paul Ricœur, seule une méditation sur le langage peut fournir une constitution d'accueil à l'exégèse freudienne de nos rêves, de nos mythes et de nos symboles. Et cette exégèse, en s'articulant elle-même à une réflexion «archéologique» sur le sujet, fait en retour éclater l. a. philosophie du sujet, dans ses expressions naïves et prématurées.Le présent ouvrage ne se borne donc pas aux débats d'un philosophe avec Freud ; il libère l'horizon d'une recherche : l. a. lecture de Freud devient l'instrument d'une ascèse du «je», délogé des illusions de los angeles sense of right and wrong immédiate.

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It is often paraphrased as involving “thesis, antithesis, synthesis”, a triad of terms which might be misleading in that one may surmise that there is a complete cancellation of thesis and antithesis by synthesis. This assumption would neglect the subtle but essential preservation and elevation of aspects of each phase by the process. What is truly important in Aufhebung is the sense of creative elaboration and growth, rather than the more reflexive annihilation of the opposition, the latter being a pattern that might seem painfully familiar in certain political, philosophical, and, indeed, psychoanalytic discussions where there is no wish to learn from the other or to change one’s position.

The constitution of the subject in the space between mother and infant is mediated by such psychological–interpersonal events as projective identification, primary maternal preoccupation, the mirroring relationship, relatedness to transitional objects, and the experiences of object usage . . (Ogden, 1992b, p. 624) All of these dialectical processes echo the basic processes of Aufhebung (Ogden, 1992b, p. 624). 0B 27/06/2016 08:30 Page 15 DIALECTIC ORIGINS 15 Civitarese: the vitalising function of maternal reverie While Hegel poses a self-revealing system toward growth of the mind, Giuseppe Civitarese posits the mother’s attention and reverie as part of this crucial animating role.

Him. I suggested to him that he felt so deeply entrenched . . [that none] of my so-called understanding [could] be of help to him, and that the only way he felt we could find accord was for me to change my mind. He felt (to his surprise) that he was seen clearly in terms of the entrenched stance but [he] was also disoriented, unsure if my seeing his entrenchment was my tricking him, seeing him clearly, or changing my stance. 0B 27/06/2016 08:30 Page 19 DIALECTIC ORIGINS 19 As we investigated this disorientation, I suggested that when he felt so clearly seen, in fact the .

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