A Most Dangerous Method: The Story of Jung, Freud, and by John Kerr

By John Kerr

“Has all of the parts of a juicy novel . . . riveting. . . . Reudite and elegant.” —Newsday

NOW a massive movie, Directed by way of David Cronenberg and starring Keira Knightly, Viggo Mortensen, Michael Fassbender, and Vincent Cassel.
 
In 1907, Sigmund Freud and Carl Jung all started what promised to be either a momentous collaboration and the inner most friendship of every man’s lifestyles. Six years later they have been sour antagonists, locked in a savage fight that used to be as a lot own and emotional because it used to be theoretical undefined. among them stood a tender lady named Sabina Spielrein, who were either sufferer and lover to Jung and colleague and confidante to Freud ahead of happening to turn into an cutting edge psychoanalyst herself.

With the narrative energy and emotional influence of significant tragedy, A risky Method is most unlikely to place down.

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Un hombre que tiene miedo a las mujeres, pero que en el curso del tratamiento psicoanalítico no puede darse cuenta de ello por la angustia que experimenta, puede comenzar a entrelazar precipitadas relaciones con varias mujeres para demostrarse a sí mismo y al terapeuta que no tiene ninguna necesidad de conocer las causas de su angustia. Esto puede suceder porque la pulsión no ha adquirido nunca una expresión verbal, porque es demasiado intensa para poder descargarla con palabras, o porque al su- jeto le falta la capacidad de elaboración.

Esta autorregulación hedonista es el primer inicio de los procesos de adaptación que se desarrollan después en la dirección de las gratificaciones aplazadas respecto de las inmediatas; esto permite la superación del nivel emocional en formas más maduras de autocontrol. En el ámbito perceptivo se habla de “adaptación sensorial” a propósito de las modificaciones que sufre la sensibilidad en presencia de una intensificación o de una reducción de la estimulación, por lo que habrá una adaptación “negativa” cuando la sensibilidad de los receptores se reduce para compensar el exceso de estimulación, y una “positiva” cuando aumenta para hacer frente a la debilidad del estímulo.

6] Ceguera cortical, debida a una lesión occipital bilateral, que permite al sujeto ver sólo los objetos colocados exactamente frente a él. Dichos sujetos con frecuencia ignoran su ceguera, y aunque retienen bien la información verbal, son incapaces de registrar y de evocar información visual. BIBLIOGRAFÍA: Bay, E. (1950); Goldstein, K. y A. Gelb (1920); Lange, J. (1936); Merleau-Ponty, M. L. (1966). agorafobia (al. Platzangst; fr. agoraphobie; ingl. agoraphobia; it. agorafobia) Fobia por los espacios abiertos.

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