The W.R. Bion tradition / by Giuseppe Civitarese.
- Boca Raton, FL : Routledge, an imprint of Taylor and Francis, .
- Lines of development.
Lines of Development : Evolution of Theory and Practice over the Decades
1 online resource (539 p.)
- Bion, Wilfred R. (Wilfred Ruprecht), 1897-1979.
Influence (Literary, artistic, etc).
- Electronic books.
- This book engages a truly international group of distinguished Bion scholars, offering a wide variety of contemporary clinical and theoretical explorations and extensions of the seminal work of Wilfred Bion. Readers will discover personal accounts of contacts with Bion and his ideas, including an extensive report of an analysis with Bion, as well as previously unpublished supervisions that Bion conducted in Brazil in the 1970s, with commentaries by contemporary analysts. The book also includes detailed case reports and theoretical discussions on a wide variety of topics including autism, psychosomatics, representation, field theory, psychosis and truth; and essays on Sense, Myth and Passion, the late papers, groups and aesthetics.For both experienced analysts and candidates, for those already familiar with Bion and for neophytes, The Bion Tradition should serve as an essential and up-to-date resource for study, thought and exploration.
- part I Personal, Historical
chapter One Impressions of my analysis with Dr. Bion* / José Américo Junqueira de Mattos
chapter Two A long meeting with Bion* / Claudio Neri
chapter Three Non-analytic influences on the psychoanalytic theorizing of Wilfred Bion / Ronald Britton
chapter Four W. R. Bion: his cultural, national, and historical background, and its impact on his thinking / Robert Snell
chapter Five “I shall be blown to bits”: towards Bion’s theory of catastrophic trauma / Carole Beebe Tarantelli
part II Previously Unpublished Supervisions
chapter Six Supervision A34
chapter Commentary on supervision A34*
chapter Seven Supervision D14*
chapter Commentary on supervision D14: a language for the job
chapter Eight Supervision A42*
chapter Commentary on supervision A42
part III Clinical/Theoretical: One
chapter Nine Turbulence and growth: an encounter between Ismalia and Isaura* / Gisèle de Mattos Brito
chapter Ten Mental states and emotional relations in the analytic setting: implications for therapeutic work / Raul Hartke
chapter Eleven The function of evocation in the working-through of the countertransference: projective identification, reverie, and the expressive function of the mind—Reflections inspired by Bion’s work* / Elias M. da Rocha Barros
chapter Twelve The truth object: growing the god within / Annie Reiner
chapter Thirteen Making contact with psychotic and autistic phenomena: container/contained and autistic transformations / Celia Fix Korbivcher
part IV Clinical/Theoretical: Two
chapter Fourteen Changes in technique and in the theory of technique in a post-Bion field model / Antonino Ferro
chapter Fifteen Containing systems in the analytic field / Duncan Cartwright
chapter Sixteen The hat on top of the volcano: Bion’s ‘O’ and the body-mind relationship / Riccardo Lombardi
chapter Seventeen Bridging the gap: from soma-psychosis to psychosomatics / Catalina Bronstein
chapter Eighteen A Note and a Short Story / Nicola Abel-Hirsch
chapter Nineteen Flying thoughts in search of a nest: a tribute to W. R. Bion / Salomon Resnik
part V A Clinical Exchange
chapter Twenty A silent war: dreading recovery* / Antoine Nastasi
chapter Dreaming into being
A response to Antoine Nastasi*
chapter St. Sulpice
part VI Sense, Myth, and Passion
chapter Twenty-One Sense, sensible, sense-able: the bodily but immaterial dimension of psychoanalytic elements / Giuseppe Civitarese
chapter Twenty-Two Myth, dream, and meaning: reflections on a comment by Bion / Howard B. Levine
chapter Twenty-Three Passion / Anna Migliozzi
part VII Late Papers and Basic Concepts
chapter Twenty-Four “Notes on memory and desire”: implications for working through* / Lawrence J. Brown
chapter Twenty-Five On Bion’s text “Emotional turbulence”: a focus on experience and the unknown / Rudi Vermote
chapter Twenty-Six On “Making the best of a bad job” / Irene Cairo
chapter Twenty-Seven Reflections on “Caesura” (1977) / Rogelio Sosnik
chapter Twenty-Eight Evidence* / Arnaldo Chuster
chapter Twenty-Nine Is the concept of O necessary for psychoanalysis?* / Howard B. Levine
part VIII Groups
chapter Thirty Affect, reverie, mourning, and Bion’s theory of groups in our time / Walker Shields
chapter Thirty-One Containing primitive emotional states: approaching Bion’s later perspectives on groups / R.D. Hinshelwood
chapter Thirty-Two Bion and the large group / H. Shmuel Erlich
chapter Thirty-Three The influence of Bion on my research* / René Kaës
part IX Aesthetics
chapter Thirty-Four Using art for the understanding of psychoanalysis and using Bion for the understanding of contemporary art / Adela Abella
chapter Thirty-Five The buried harbor of dreaming: psychoanalysis and literature—towards a Bionian, non-archaeological approach / Francesco Capello
chapter Thirty-Six Communicating pictures: aesthetic aspects as a developmental tool for the container-contained interaction / Elena Molinari.
- Includes index.
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