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Attualità della clinica Frommiana. Lecture presented at a congress devoted to Erich Fromm at the University of Florence in October 2000, Typoscript 15 pp.

  • On the subject of countertransference we attempt to establish a line of continuity between Freud's own expression >blind spot< and Fromm's idea of >counterattitude<. It is pointed out that both expressed the idea of the analyst's unconscious as an >instrument< for understanding the patient's unconscious. It follows that the decision to openly use or not to use countertransference in analysis also depends on the concept we have of it and on its extent. The psy-choanalyst's real and illusory values and his convictions with regard to human nature influence the countertransference and the analytic relationship. Analytic listening itself may be distorted by it. We must be highly aware of this to avoid enclosing what the patient says in a theoretic scheme. What is needed, there-fore, is an open theoretic scheme, more oriented towards understanding than in-terpretation. Aspects of analytic communication and of the relationship between language, thought and insight are examined. A humanistic point of view is as-sumed in distinguishing between the transferral and the real plane, and the rea-sons behind the legitimacy of such a distinction are expounded.

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Metadaten
Author:Romano Biancoli
Document Type:Articles
Language:Italien
Year of first Publication:2000
Release Date:2012/12/13
Format:xerox upon request / Fotokopie auf Anfrage
IdNo:Biancoli_R_2000
Serial Number:unpublished version / unveröffentlichte Fassung
Erich Fromm's Library and Erich Fromm Archive:Articles / Artikel
Writings by Erich Fromm by kind of publication:Unpublished version / unveröffentlichte Fassung
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