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作者 Diamond, Nicola
書名 Between Skins : The Body in Psychoanalysis - Contemporary Developments
出版項 Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2013
國際標準書號 9781118320969 (electronic bk.)
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附註 Intro -- Between Skins: The Body in Psychoanalysis - Contemporary Developments -- Copyright -- Contents -- Introduction -- Why Between Skins? -- This Book Sets Out To . . . -- Links with Psychoanalysis and Why Psychoanalysis? -- Towards Sociality -- Embodied Cultural Differences -- Relating to the Clinical Field -- The Structure of the Book -- Note -- Part I The Framework: Neuroscience and Interdisciplinary Connections -- 1 Introducing Interdisciplinary Connections -- Interdisciplinary Connections -- Philosophical Concerns in This Enquiry -- The Irreducible Organic Component and How It Figures for Us -- Neuroscience: One of the Important Bed-Mates -- Challenging a Top-Down Approach -- The Brain-Body Map -- Psychoanalysis: The Brain-Body Map and Body Image -- Body Image versus Body Schema -- Why I Do Not Adopt Gallagher and Cole's Terminology -- Working Towards a Brain-Body Mapping -- Avoiding Mentalist Reduction -- Moving Towards a Brain-Body-Ego Relational Perspective: An Imaginary Lived Geography -- And Finally -- Note -- 2 Nurture/Nature -- The Complex Interdependence of Organism and Environment -- Attachment, Developmental Psychology and Intercorporeality -- Intercorporeality: The Philosophical Contribution, Developmental Psychology, Mirror Neurons -- Biology and Sexuality: Regulation and Deregulation of Biorelational Processes -- Notes -- 3 Bodily Expression and Language Relations -- Affective Bodily Relations -- Bodily Proto-Conversation: Sensory Semiotics as the Basis for Language -- Bodily Expression as a Form of Language -- Absence, the Symbol and the Somatic -- In the Beginning Was the Body: Lakoff and Johnson -- Somatic Access to the Symbol -- The 'Maternal' and the 'Other' -- Notes -- 4 Setting the Scene: The Problem of the Binary Divide -- Inside versus Outside in Early Klein -- The Context of the Freud-Klein Controversies, 1941-1945
Persistent Dualism in Developments of Bion and Psychosomatics -- An 'Over-Mental' View in Anglo-American Psychoanalysis -- Body versus Speech in Lacan -- Note -- Part II The Vital Order: Moving Away from Interiority and Biology as Bedrock -- 5 The Vital Order and the Biological Functions: Going Back to the Fundamental Problem -- Biology versus Sexuality: An Untenable Division? -- Introduction to Jean Laplanche -- Setting Up the Solution Finds the Problem -- Excess: The Marginal Effect as an Increase in Excitation Relating to Emergent Sexuality -- Between Skins: The Alien Entity and the Flesh -- To Sum Up -- 6 The Problem of Dualism and the Division between the Vital and the Psychic Order -- 7 The Vital Revisited: Deconstructing the Vital Order from Within -- The Reversal and Implications: The Vital is Not the Prop but Now Requires Propping -- Reframing the Vital Order: The Lack of Preordained Limit and Excess -- The Other, Temporal Delay and Somatic Lack -- The Vital Bodily Processes Open onto Memory -- Identity as Difference: The Vital Order as Vital Field -- Notes -- 8 Rebuilding the Vital Field -- The Edifice: Intercorporeality -- Sensory Semiotic Vital Set-Ups -- On the Way to Language -- Alexithymia from the View of the Proto-Conversation as the Basis for Linguistic Access -- Notes -- 9 Body Memory and Know-How -- Putting In Question an A Priori Unity to Body Experience -- Procedural Body Memory Know-How and Anti-Knowledge -- Trauma and Body Memory -- Body Memory and Deferred Action Reconfigurations -- Note -- 10 Attachment and Sexuality: Regulation versus Deregulation -- The Relationship between Attachment and Sexuality -- Sexual Arousal and Loss -- Body-Based Trauma and Deregulation -- Introduction to the Uncanny in the Somatic Sphere -- Part III Exteriority: The Body Surface -- 11 The Skin: An Introduction -- The Skin Surface
Brain-Body Maps -- Mirroring the Body Surface: From Neuroscience to Psychoanalysis -- A Broad Definition of Body Image -- Brain-Body Maps and the Skin Ego -- Notes -- 12 Didier Anzieu and The Skin Ego -- The Laplanche-Anzieu Propping Connection -- Summary of The Skin Ego -- A Relational Turn in Anzieu's Thinking -- Clinical Cases Charting Skin Ego Disturbances -- Challenges to the Main Account -- 13 Permeable Skin -- Doubling in Tactile Sensation and the Auto-Affective Turn -- A Revision of Narcissism and the Body: A Relational and Multi-Personal Perspective -- To Conclude -- 14 The Emergence of Skin as a Support Matrix -- Anzieu's Clinical Examples and Additions -- A Skin Surface Projection -- 15 Skin Narratives -- The Mobile Skin and Matrix Structure -- Skin Narratives and Trauma -- Skin States -- The Case of Debbie -- 16 Skin Relation -- Touch and Attachment -- Skin Relations -- What Is Required for a Relational Skin? -- In Summary -- Note -- 17 Skin Writing and Touch as Analogous to Language -- Trauma and Disturbances in Tactility and Differentiation -- The Alien Entity in the Skin: Unheimlich as the Skin -- Body Image and Unheimlich -- A Literal-Littoral Skin Surface -- What Is Between Skins? -- 18 Psychosomatics and Conversion: The Question Of The Symbol -- Joyce McDougall: Psychosomatics versus Conversion -- Symbolic Processing -- Bodily Enactment -- The Body Speaks the Subject -- Somatic Access to the Symbol and Symbolic Processing -- Symbolic Categories: Different Types of Somatic Symptom Formation -- No Neat Compartmentalization -- The Body and the Hole in the Symbolic -- Summing Up -- Note -- Conclusion: Have We Reached A Destination? -- The Body as Interface -- Somatization and the Symptom -- Have We Reached a Destination? -- Note -- References and Further Reading -- Index
Nicola Diamond is both an academic and a clinician. She has a multi-disciplinary background in psychoanalysis, attachment theory, developmental psychology, neuroscience, philosophy and sociology. She is known for her original thinking and the way she challenges Cartesian dualism in psychoanalysis. In this book Nicola Diamond provides us with a refreshing approach to the body-mind-society relationship and its clinical implications, particularly in relation to interpersonal trauma and its bodily manifestations.-Mario Marrone, British Psychoanalytical Society and International Attachment Network This is a book that offers an innovative model of the body which establishes a relation between soma and culture. It is a fascinating read - not only helpful for a psychoanalytic context and the clinical field, but also for psychosocial studies scholars interested in body image and the processes of fantasy that shape our experience of the lived body in everyday life. The book raises important questions about how sensory lived body states and body image are profoundly influenced not only by relations with others, but also by the social field of visual imaging and popular culture.-Dr. Candida Yates, Reader in Psychosocial Studies, University of East London. Nicola Diamond has always pioneered the integration of academic, clinical and theoretical issues and a book from her is long-awaited. "Between Skins" is an unusual and ambitious book linking the psychoanalytic, attachment theory, biological science and properly focusses on the multi-layered feelings of skin and body processes. Like Orbach and her concepts of the transitional body, Diamond's psychoanalytic strength also comes through.-Dr.Valerie Sinason M.Inst Psychoanal, Director for The Clinic for Dissociative Studies
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
鏈接 Print version: Diamond, Nicola Between Skins : The Body in Psychoanalysis - Contemporary Developments Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2013 9780470019429
主題 Body image.;Human body.;Somesthesia.;Body schema -- Psychological aspects.;Mind and body.;Psychoanalysis
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