Psychoanalysis, Neurosis and the Self After Freud

 

Sigmund Freud with famous cigar


THE FEAR OF WHOLENESS; THE FLIGHT FROM HEALTH:

Self-Interference as a Paradigm for Psychoanalysis

by Ken Sanes

Overview

A brief introduction to the idea
of self-interference and
virtuality in the mind.

1. Introduction

This lays out the basic idea of
self-interference and places it in
the context of psychoanalytic
theory,

2. The Object-Fixated Personality

An examination of what it is
like "inside" the virtual world of
neurosis.
3. The Object-
Independent
 Personality
The elements of health.
4. Conclusion The structure of mind and
questions about repression.

2. Other Essays

Contemporary
Storytelling:
Tales of Life Way
After the Fall


A Culture Based
on Fantasy
and Acting Out

The Real Self in a
Virtual World
Essays on other parts
of the site directly
relevant to
psychoanalytic theory.

 

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