The unconscious in everyday life
Edited by Caterina Albano, Liz Ellison & Nicola Abel-Hirsch
Published by Artakt and The Institute of Psychoanalysis, 2010
Psychoanalysis: The Unconscious in Everyday in Everyday Life complements and expands on the exhibition at the Science Museum giving rich insights into subjects as diverse as the relevance of psychoanalysis to culture, dreams, objects relations and the uncanny. Leading psychoanalysts unravel for the reader key psychoanalytical ideas and their relevance to everyone’s experience of themselves and others. What stems out of the page is Freud’s revolutionary approach to the psyche, the complexities of the psychoanalytical situation and the richness and thought provoking encounter with the unconscious in its many shapes and forms.
With contributing essays by Caterina Albano; David Bell; Rosine Jozef Perelberg; Leon Kleimberg; Dana Birksted Breen; Elizabeth Bott Spillius; Cataline Bronstein; Peter Fonagy & Michael Parsons.
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