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Burying Freud

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A chronicle of the announced death of psychoanalysis.

Reading through the opinions issued during the Burying Freud debate, one is liable to find almost anything, from ferocious ant-ipsychoanalytic empiricists indulging in Scientific enjoyment, ad-hominem arguments (it does help me and my patients), ethic failure plus withdrawal (leave severely disturbed patients to psychiatrists or psychotherapists), neo-empiricist refutations (statistics are favorable after all), even extensive exhibitions of Analytic Knowledge - which are not necessarily identical with an analytic viewpoint. And what may be this?

Perhaps the closest to reach it is the brief text who demands a list of all attempts to bury Freud, which is equivalent to ask why is it necessary to kill him so often, should he really be that dead.

Or the question may be the same Freud asked Dora: show your own part in the disorder you complain about :

Webster/Tallis insist precisely in those spots in Freud's Case Histories, where the analyst becomes the agent of the Discourse of the Master, rather than holding the analyst's position. This is, of course, a temptation for any analyst, especially in post-Freudian resistance-analysis. Luckily enough, the Real in clinical practice unsettles any categories, any Knowledge.

Roberto P. Neuburger
Tronador 3719,1430 Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tel/Fax 0054 1 5419535
e-mail: rneuburger@intramed.net.ar
Sun, 12 May 1996 20:21:33 -0400

 


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Burying Freud

[ Burying Freud Homepage | Freud's Seduction Theory Homepage ]

A chronicle of the announced death of psychoanalysis.

Reading through the opinions issued during the Burying Freud debate, one is liable to find almost anything, from ferocious ant-ipsychoanalytic empiricists indulging in Scientific enjoyment, ad-hominem arguments (it does help me and my patients), ethic failure plus withdrawal (leave severely disturbed patients to psychiatrists or psychotherapists), neo-empiricist refutations (statistics are favorable after all), even extensive exhibitions of Analytic Knowledge - which are not necessarily identical with an analytic viewpoint. And what may be this?

Perhaps the closest to reach it is the brief text who demands a list of all attempts to bury Freud, which is equivalent to ask why is it necessary to kill him so often, should he really be that dead.

Or the question may be the same Freud asked Dora: show your own part in the disorder you complain about :

Webster/Tallis insist precisely in those spots in Freud's Case Histories, where the analyst becomes the agent of the Discourse of the Master, rather than holding the analyst's position. This is, of course, a temptation for any analyst, especially in post-Freudian resistance-analysis. Luckily enough, the Real in clinical practice unsettles any categories, any Knowledge.

Roberto P. Neuburger
Tronador 3719,1430 Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tel/Fax 0054 1 5419535
e-mail: rneuburger@intramed.net.ar
Sun, 12 May 1996 20:21:33 -0400

 


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