New Frontiers of Relational Thinking in Psychoanalysis: A Meta-Theory of Being and Becoming


Standing upAn operational keyStarting with sociologySociety as a macro expression of the process of the subjectA meta-theory of the process of the subjectThe evolving cultureThe fragility of the subjectExplicating the perspectiveThe concept of ‘science’The vision of the subjectThe pathwayThe lenses through which we view the worldTheories, epistemologies, and WeltanschauungThe problem of realityThe epistemology of complexityLooking beyondNecessary choicesThe real existsA new sciencePursuing the presenceThe certainty in uncertaintyA positive vision of the subjectTowards a meta theoryQuestioning oneself on the subjectThe philosophical point of viewThe metaphor of the systemDaniel Stern’s sense of selfTowards the I-subjectThe I-subject is oneAn I-subject with many partsAn I-subject in relation to the exteriorThe functioning of the I-subjectThe historical process of knowledgeDeep complexityAttempting to free oneself from schemesThe meta theory of the I-subjectIt is not possible to separate the organism from the I-subjectSpecification on the starting pointCommon mentalities: interactionism and fusionismThe process of that I-subjectThe moment of the I-subject configured by genetics and by the environmentThe moment of consciousnessThe moment of creativityProceeding in stagesThe beginning of existenceObject relations theory and non-instructionFairbairnMaturanaConfiguration of the I-subject from articulate temporalityGenetic variablesMale and femaleThe skinEye colourSomatic featuresGenetic diseasesEnvironmental variablesThe geographical realityThe economic situationThe specific cultureThe type of societyParents as vehicles of configurationThe child is small and belongs to the parentsWhether the child is a boy or a girlWhether the child is the first-born or notThe child is experienced as a compensation in a wavering relationship between the partnersThe child is seen as an alternative to the partnerThe child is experienced as an idealThe child is experienced as an obstacle to the couple’s relationshipThe child is experienced as a stimulus to go beyond the dual of the coupleThe time variableThe temporal perspective of the configuration of the I-subjectThe initial momentThe continuation of lifeThe home of the configurationAn operational visionThe tricks played by ‘consciousness’What we mean by consciousnessBeyond cognitivism and phenomenal consciousnessConsciousness is not a subject‘Consciousness’ and the ‘consciousness of consciousness’The contribution of ‘consciousness’The incidence of societyThe ‘consciousness’ and the identityThe assertion of the I-subjectExistenceIdentityThe affirmation of self‘Consciousness’ is not an absoluteFinally beyondDelegating to willContrasting freedomA different lookWithin the creativity of the I-subjectCreativity as a qualitative pathThe implications of creativityAgain, the ‘consciousness’ and the ‘consciousness of consciousness’The historical configurationConstructing one’s own horizonCreativity is a processCreativity and ‘fantasies’The road to creativityThe emptinessSolitudeTaking hold of one’s lifeEducatingEx-ducere, what?Accessing the ‘consciousness of consciousness’Other attempts to explain the access to the ‘consciousness of consciousness’Forming the ‘consciousness of consciousness’Forming the I-subjectThe consistency of the I-subjectMoving forwardSupporting a positive I-subjectThe need for a bridgeThe bridge supported by ‘consciousness’The bridge supported by the ‘consciousness of consciousness’Listening to one’s heartThe relationship with realityThe cultural, social, and political perspectiveLooking beyondBibliography
 
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