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Sabina Spielrein and the beginnings of psychoanalysis : image, thought, and language, edited by Pamela Cooper-White and Felicity Brock Kelcourse

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Sabina Spielrein and the beginnings of psychoanalysis : image, thought, and language
Title
Sabina Spielrein and the beginnings of psychoanalysis
Title remainder
image, thought, and language
Statement of responsibility
edited by Pamela Cooper-White and Felicity Brock Kelcourse
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Sabina Spielrein stands as both an important and tragic figure--misunderstood or underestimated by her fellow analysts (including Jung and Freud) and often erased in the annals of psychoanalytic history. Her story has not only been largely forgotten, but actively (though unconsciously) repressed as the figure who represented a trauma buried in the early history of psychoanalysis. Sabina Spielrein and the Beginnings of Psychoanalysis joins the growing field of scholarship on Spielrein's distinctive and significant theoretical innovations at the foundations of psychoanalysis and serves as a new English language source of some of Spielrein's key works. The book includes: Four chapters by Felicity Brock Kelcourse, Pamela Cooper-White, Klara Naszkowska, and Adrienne Harris spanning Spielrein's life and exploring her works in depth, with new insights about her influence not only on Jung and Freud, but also Piaget in Geneva andVygotsky and Luria in Moscow. A timeline providing readers with important historical context including Spielrein, Freud, Jung, other theorists, and historical events in Europe (1850-1950). Twelve new translations of works by Spielrein, ten of which are the first ever translations into English from the original French, German, or Russian. Spielrein's life and works are currently undergoing a serious and necessary critical reclamation, as the fascinating chapters in this book attest. Sabina Spielrein and the Beginnings of Psychoanalysis will be of great significance to all psychoanalysts, psychoanalytic psychotherapists, analytical psychologists, and scholars of psychoanalysis interested in Spielrein and the early development of the field
Biography type
contains biographical information
Dewey number
616.89/17
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • bibliography
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1955-
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  • Cooper-White, Pamela
  • Kelcourse, Felicity Brock,
  • Spielrein, Sabina
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  • Spielrein, Sabina
  • Psychoanalysts
  • Psychoanalysis
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Sabina Spielrein and the beginnings of psychoanalysis : image, thought, and language, edited by Pamela Cooper-White and Felicity Brock Kelcourse
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Endorsement; Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Contributors; Acknowledgments; Permissions; Introduction; A glimpse into Spielrein's life and works; Sources: recent recoveries; Part I: Life and works -- an overview; Part II: Sample writings -- new translations in English; The return of the repressed?; Notes; References; Part I Life and works -- an overview; A comparative timeline Spielrein, Freud, Jung, and other theorists, including key works and...; Notes; References
  • Chapter 1 Sabina Spielrein from Rostov to Zürich: The making of an analystIntroduction; Sabina before Carl (1885-1904); Carl before Sabina; 1904-1911: Spielrein and Jung in Zürich; Inpatient treatment (1904-1905); Spielrein as medical student protégée (1905-1908); Spielrein as analyst to her analyst (1908-1910); Spielrein as an independent analyst and psychoanalytic theorist (1911 onwards); Notes; References; Chapter 2 From Zürich to Vienna: "The power that beautifies and destroys"; Introduction; Summary of the paper; The biological section; Individual psychological observations
  • Life and death in mythologyLove and death, publication, and reviews; Spielrein's contribution to the death instinct; Idealism, romanticism, and the denial of destruction; Notes; References; Chapter 3 Passions, politics, and drives: Sabina Spielrein in Soviet Russia; Introduction; Life in Geneva; Moscow: The first step toward the east; Passion for science; Politics and other people's dreams of success; Rostov-on-Don: Moving farther east; Work, work, work; A (proto-)feminist; Strong convictions; Life after death; Notes; References
  • Chapter 4 "Language is there to bewilder itself and others": Theoretical and clinical contributions of Sabina...Introduction; Sexuality, creativity, destruction: body and mind; Geneva: mind and words; Moscow and Rostov-on-Don; Conclusions; Notes; References; Part II Samples of Spielrein's writings -- new translations in English; Chapter 5 On the Psychological Content of a Case of Schizophrenia (Dementia Praecox) (An Excerpt); Introduction; Anamnesis (from the medical history); Mental status exam [Status praesens]; I. "Catholicizing"; II. "Psycho-Sistine experiments"; Notes; References
  • Chapter 6 Destruction as the Cause of BecomingI. Biological facts; II. Individual psychological observations; Summary; III. Life and death in mythology; Notes; References; Chapter 7 Maternal Love; Notes; References; Chapter 8 The Forgotten Name; Reference; Chapter 9 Two Menstrual Dreams; Dream II; Notes; References; Chapter 10 Russian Literature on Psychoanalysis; Preliminary comments of the editors; German editions; Russian editions; Citations; Translations of Freud's works; Notes; References; Chapter 11 Who Is the Guilty One?; Notes; References; Chapter 12 Time in Subliminal Psychic Life
Control code
on1055569390
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351597760
Lccn
2018047071
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1055569390
Label
Sabina Spielrein and the beginnings of psychoanalysis : image, thought, and language, edited by Pamela Cooper-White and Felicity Brock Kelcourse
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Cover; Endorsement; Half Title; Series Information; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Table of Contents; List of Contributors; Acknowledgments; Permissions; Introduction; A glimpse into Spielrein's life and works; Sources: recent recoveries; Part I: Life and works -- an overview; Part II: Sample writings -- new translations in English; The return of the repressed?; Notes; References; Part I Life and works -- an overview; A comparative timeline Spielrein, Freud, Jung, and other theorists, including key works and...; Notes; References
  • Chapter 1 Sabina Spielrein from Rostov to Zürich: The making of an analystIntroduction; Sabina before Carl (1885-1904); Carl before Sabina; 1904-1911: Spielrein and Jung in Zürich; Inpatient treatment (1904-1905); Spielrein as medical student protégée (1905-1908); Spielrein as analyst to her analyst (1908-1910); Spielrein as an independent analyst and psychoanalytic theorist (1911 onwards); Notes; References; Chapter 2 From Zürich to Vienna: "The power that beautifies and destroys"; Introduction; Summary of the paper; The biological section; Individual psychological observations
  • Life and death in mythologyLove and death, publication, and reviews; Spielrein's contribution to the death instinct; Idealism, romanticism, and the denial of destruction; Notes; References; Chapter 3 Passions, politics, and drives: Sabina Spielrein in Soviet Russia; Introduction; Life in Geneva; Moscow: The first step toward the east; Passion for science; Politics and other people's dreams of success; Rostov-on-Don: Moving farther east; Work, work, work; A (proto-)feminist; Strong convictions; Life after death; Notes; References
  • Chapter 4 "Language is there to bewilder itself and others": Theoretical and clinical contributions of Sabina...Introduction; Sexuality, creativity, destruction: body and mind; Geneva: mind and words; Moscow and Rostov-on-Don; Conclusions; Notes; References; Part II Samples of Spielrein's writings -- new translations in English; Chapter 5 On the Psychological Content of a Case of Schizophrenia (Dementia Praecox) (An Excerpt); Introduction; Anamnesis (from the medical history); Mental status exam [Status praesens]; I. "Catholicizing"; II. "Psycho-Sistine experiments"; Notes; References
  • Chapter 6 Destruction as the Cause of BecomingI. Biological facts; II. Individual psychological observations; Summary; III. Life and death in mythology; Notes; References; Chapter 7 Maternal Love; Notes; References; Chapter 8 The Forgotten Name; Reference; Chapter 9 Two Menstrual Dreams; Dream II; Notes; References; Chapter 10 Russian Literature on Psychoanalysis; Preliminary comments of the editors; German editions; Russian editions; Citations; Translations of Freud's works; Notes; References; Chapter 11 Who Is the Guilty One?; Notes; References; Chapter 12 Time in Subliminal Psychic Life
Control code
on1055569390
Extent
1 online resource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781351597760
Lccn
2018047071
Note
Taylor & Francis
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)1055569390

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