Journal title PSICOANALISI
Author/s Jorge Canestri
Publishing Year 2008 Issue 2008/2 Language Italian
Pages 17 P. 89-105 File size 79 KB
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Alcune riflessioni sull’uso e sul significato di conflitto nella psicoanalisi contemporanea - Some Notes on the Use and Meaning of Conflict in Contemporary Psychoanalysis The author reflects on the concept of conflict in contemporary psychoanalysis, and especially in European psychoanalysis. In the latter, this concept does not seem to have aroused significant interest recently. This does not necessarily mean that conflict has been rejected or replaced; rather, there has been a greater focus on preconflictual stages of development. Indeed, conflict is generally implicit in psychoanalytic work, and, like many other concepts, it has very different and at times divergent meanings, both in various psychoanalytic schools of thought and within the same school.
Jorge Canestri, Alcune riflessioni sull’uso e sul significato di conflitto nella psicoanalisi contemporanea in "PSICOANALISI" 2/2008, pp 89-105, DOI: