A dialogue by means of a number of analysts at the size of therapy, dependent upon Freud's paper, that's additionally integrated. participants comprise Andre eco-friendly, Arnold Cooper and David Rosenfeld.
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Extra resources for On Freud's "Analysis Terminable and Interminable" (Contemporary Freud: Turning Points & Critical Issues Series)
Anna Freud's book (1936) has given us a first insight into their multiplicity and many-sided significance. It was from one of those mechanisms, repression, that the study of neurotic processes took its whole start. There was never any doubt that repression was not the only procedure which the ego could employ for its purposes. Nevertheless, repression is something quite peculiar and is more sharply differentiated from the other mechanisms than they arc from one another. I should like to make this relation to the other mechanisms clear by ;m analogy, though I know that in these matters analogies never carry us very far.
Thus we see that there is a resistance against the uncovering of resistances, and the defensive mechanisms really do deserve the name which we gave them originally, before they had been more closely examined. They are resistances not only to the making conscious of contents of the id, but also to the analysis as a whole, and thus to recovery. The effect brought about in the ego by the defences can rightly be described as an 'alteration of the ego' if by that we understand a deviation from the fiction of a normal ego which would guarantee unshakable loyalty to the work of analysis.
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