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The Work of Hans Loewald

Gerald I. Fogel

The Work of Hans Loewald

An Introduction and Commentary

by Gerald I. Fogel

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Published by Jason Aronson .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Psychoanalysis & psychoanalytical theory,
  • Psychopathology - Compulsive Behavior,
  • Psychoanalysis,
  • Psychology,
  • Movements - Psychoanalysis,
  • Loewald, Hans W,
  • 1906-,
  • Loewald, Hans W.,

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages296
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8093567M
    ISBN 100876686153
    ISBN 109780876686157

    Sublimation: Inquiries Into Theoretical Psychoanalysis by Loewald, Hans W. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at   "Publication of Hans Loewald's collected works has been awaited by psychoanalysts and students of the humanities at large, with great anticipation. It is indeed a major event Reading of [this book] from cover to cover affords insight into the mode of thinking of one of the greatest conceptualizers of human mentation since Freud.

    Papers on Psychoanalysis by Loewald, Hans W. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - . Combining generational and longitudinal research, the book works with temporality as a theoretical as well as a methodological dimension. Theoretically it combines Raymond Williams' idea of "a structure of feeling" with the work of Eric Fromm, Hans Loewald, Nancy Chodorow and Jessica Benjamin.4/5(1).

    This volume brings together many of the important writings of Hans Loewald, one of the major theoreticians of psychoanalysis today. Among other subjects, Dr. Loewald discusses the nature of the internalization processes and structure building, the nature the role of reality, pre-oedipal modes of perceiving and the permanence of a “psychotic core” in every personality, the relationship of.   It is the work of Hans Loewald and Nancy Chodorow who in particular have informed my understanding of the continuous and creative interchange between the conscious and the unconscious. In their perspective the unconscious is not entirely equated with dynamically repressed emotions and fantasies, since the unconscious is also seen as a creative Author: Harriet Bjerrum Nielsen.


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The Work of Hans Loewald: An Introduction and Commentary [Fogel, Gerald I.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Work of Hans Loewald: An Introduction and CommentaryFormat: Hardcover. The Work of Hans Loewald by Gerald I. Fogel,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(4).

This volume brings together many of the important writings of Hans Loewald, one of the major theoreticians of psychoanalysis today. Among other subjects, Dr. Loewald discusses the nature of the internalization processes and structure building, the nature the role of reality, pre-oedipal modes of perceiving and the permanence of a “psychotic core” in every personality, the relationship of Cited by: Hans Loewald is one of the most seminal and influential thinkers in modern psycho-analysis.

Loewald's reach is very wide; both object-relational and classical ego-psychological theorists often claim him for their own. Loewald's writings are demanding and complex, however, and sometimes difficult to penetrate.

This volume is built around his important and most frequently quoted paper, "On the. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: vi, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Loewald's Integrated and Integrative Approach, Gerald I.

Fogel; On the Therapeutic Action of Psychoanalysis, Hans W. Loewald; Our Changing Views of the Therapeutic Action of Psychoanalysis, Arnold M.

Cooper; Internalizing Loewald, Roy Schafer; On the Therapeutic Action of Loewald's Theory. Teicholz postulated two partial revolutions overthrowing the classical Freudian enterprise, the first by Heinz Kohut and Hans Loewald, and the second, now in progress, led by the current generation of five young theorists whose influential work were specially selected for this volume.

Hans Loewald is one of the most seminal and influential thinkers in modern psycho-analysis. Loewald's reach is very wide; both object-relational and classical ego-psychological theorists often claim him for their own. Loewald's writings are demanding and complex, however, and sometimes difficult to penetrate.

This volume brings together many of the important writings of Hans Loewald, one of the major theoreticians of psychoanalysis today. Among other subjects, Dr. Loewald discusses the nature of the internalization processes and structure building, the nature the role of reality, pre-oedipal modes of perceiving and the permanence of a "psychotic core" in every personality, the relationship of.

15 Hans Loewald An Appreciation What I have to say about Hans Loewald will be very personal. I will not try to assess his historical place in our field nor - Selection from The Possible Profession:The Analytic Process of Change [Book].

A careful review and introdution to Loewald's work, based around three of his classic papers, with comments and assessments by Arnold Cooper, Roy Schafer and Lawrence Friedman.

Customer Reviews Our customers have not yet reviewed this title. Hans Loewald; Harold Searles. This book is not simply a book of readings, it is a book about reading, about how to read in a way that readers actively rewrite what they are reading, and in so doing makes the ideas truly their own.

The Essential Loewald book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. From the Introduction: This is a story of love and betrayal. As a yo /5(4). The eminent psychoanalyst Hans W. Loewald here offers a provocative new examination of sublimation. After reviewing the writings of Freud, Fenichel, Hartmann, Winnicott, and Kris on sublimation, In psychoanalytic theory, sublimation—the process of expressing instinctual impulses in constructive, socially acceptable forms—is a central, yet /5(2).

In this chapter I will be arguing that the developmental theory of the psychoanalyst-philosopher Hans Loewald is the most intensive elaboration of the speculations that led to the introduction of the death drive and that it is possible, through Loewald’s work, to formulate a demythologized version of the dialectic of death and mastery examined in the previous chapter, i.e., a more reasonable.

This volume brings together many of the important writings of Hans Loewald, one of the major theoreticians of psychoanalysis today. Among other subjects, Dr. Loewald discusses the nature of the internalization processes and structure building, the nature the role of reality, pre-oedipal modes of perceiving and the permanence of a “psychotic core” in every personality, the relationship of Brand: Yale University Press.

This volume brings together many of the important writings of Hans Loewald, one of the major theoreticians of psychoanalysis today. Among other subjects, Dr. Loewald discusses the nature of the internalization processes and structure building, the nature the role of reality, pre-oedipal modes of perceiving and the permanence of a “psychotic core” in every personality, the relationship of 4/5(2).

Drawing on the work of Hans Loewald and Jacques Lacan, Fong complicates the famous antagonism between Eros and the death drive in reference to a. Most important to his present book was that Lear sought out Hans Loewald during his Institute training – and proceeded to engage with him in private weekly discussion over the last six years of Dr.

Loewald’s life. By this time, Lear recounts, Dr. Loewald described. The Work of Hans Loewald: An Introduction and Commentary: Edited by Gerald I. Fogel. Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson Inc. Review by: Linda L.

Gibson. The centrepiece of this volume is Loewald's paper 'On the therapeutic action of psychoanalysis ', first presented in but not published until Fogel regards this article as. PEP-Web Tip of the Day. To see author affiliation and contact information (as available) Reflections On The Work Of Hans Loewald.

Jonathan Lear. THE TASK. [This is a summary or excerpt from the full text of the book or article. The full text of the document is available to subscribers.].

In the recent discussion of psychoanalysis and religion, the work of Hans Loewald has played an increasing role (Finn, ; Jones, ; Leavy, ; Rothenberg, ).Author: James W.

Jones. Because the widespread aversion to secularism today is in no small degree the responsibility of secularists themselves— Freud's relatively crude and simplistic disregard of some of the deepest yearnings of humankind is a case in point—it is time to formulate, using the work of Hans Loewald, a more sensitive and sophisticated psychoanalytic Cited by: 7.Get this from a library!

Kohut, Loewald, and the postmoderns: a comparative study of self and relationship. [Judith Guss Teicholz] -- "Using the contemporary critique of Kohut and Loewald as a touchstone of inquiry into the current status of psychoanalysis, Judith Teicholz focuses on a select group of postmodern theorists - Lewis.